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GameCube enraged

Popular UK-based softco joins the Cube brigade

UK-based games publisher and developer Rage Software has entered into a development agreement with Nintendo, which enables the company to develop a range of products for the Nintendo GameCube platform. Rage plans to exploit a number of its licensed franchises, including the official series of David Beckham games, which it will certainly be bringing to the console. The company expects to ship its first GameCube product in late 2002. Paul Finnegan, Managing Director of Rage, commented: "We are delighted to have secured this agreement with Nintendo as it gives Rage the opportunity to work with all three leading players in the console market. We look forward to bringing a range of high quality and compelling games to the Nintendo GameCube platform."

Source - press release

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