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No Tomb Raider for E3

Crystal Dynamics may well have Eidos' gaming doyenne up and running for the seventh in the mammoth, teetering series, but she's skirting LA in May.

Eidos will not be showing the new, and as yet untitled, Tomb Raider game in Los Angeles at E3 this May, sources close to the company confirmed today.

LucasArts joins GameCube exodus

Following Codemasters' admission yesterday that it has no GameCube titles in development, two more majors show Cube-phobia. LucasArts, stand up and tell the group...

LucasArts currently has no titles in the works for GameCube, with none appearing on internal schedules, EuroGamer has learnt. That's right, kids: there are no GameCube Star Wars games currently on the slate.

Euro 2004 kicks Cube into touch

There will be no blockbusting Euro 2004 football action for GameCube this year, EA and Codemasters confirmed today, with the latter admitting no internal development for the machine is ongoing in any form. Ouch.

GameCube will not be the recipient of a game based on upcoming footy tournament Euro 2004, with both EA and Codemasters declining to make versions of their upcoming footy games for the console.

Thief III steals Euro release date

Eidos comes clean on when you're going to be playing both Xbox and PC versions.

Eurogamer has learnt that Eidos will release European versions of Thief: Deadly Shadows for both Xbox and PC in June this year. A specific date has not been decided as yet.

Lucas brings Half-Life 2 Havok with Pandemic's Mercenaries

South East Asia is soooo this year. The Star Wars boys get in on the action with a first showing of Mercenaries in London.

LucasArts has just finished making a first showing of its brand new PS2 and Xbox action title, Mercenaries, at a London event, and revealed that the Pandemic-developed third-person shooter - previously known only by its internal moniker Project Y - will use the Havok physics engine that so endeared us to Max Payne 2, and stunned us with its role in Valve's much celebrated E3 presentation of Half-Life 2 last year.

Exclusive: Euro PSX confirmed for 2004

The all singing, all dancing Sony super-console prepares for European launch with a Hannover showing at CEBIT this week, while SCEE finally gets solid on a release date.

Sony confirmed today that it is pushing to release PSX in Europe this year, as the console prepared to make its European debut at technology show CEBIT in Hannover, Germany.

Tekken 5 ready for E3

Namco will show the latest in the Tekken series at E3, according to UK sources.

Namco is refusing to comment on rumours that Tekken 5 will be shown at E3.

De Niro and Pacino square up for Godfather

EA is targeting Hollywood superstars Robert de Niro and Al Pacino for involvement in its Godfather games. Notice the plural, you schmuck.

EA is believed to be chasing the likenesses and voices of Robert de Niro and Al Pacino for its recently confirmed Godfather games, with talk from sources close to the publisher suggesting the gangster mega-stars may actually record brand new material for the projects.

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