Entries in 'eidos' (141)
Such was both the critical and commercial success of this year’s Batman: Arkham Asylum that the announcement of a sequel at last night’s VGA awards arguably overshadowed the reveal of ...
A sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum was teased during the Spike VGAs.
Square Enix Europe has finally issued its official confirmation of Danish studios IO Interactive’s adult action game sequel Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, which will be published under the ...
Square Enix has seen its sales rise 33.2 per cent for the six months ending September 30th.
In what is fast appearing as the game industry’s largest ever mass-migration from East to West, mega-publisher Square Enix is rumoured to be reducing as many as 300 staff from ...
It’s topped the charts and won almost universal critical acclaim following its release on consoles – and now Eidos’ Batman: Arkham Asylum is preparing to woo PC gamers.
505 Games has strengthened its growing team with the impressive appointment of former Activision and Eidos stalwart Bob Burridge as UK sales director.
Batman: Arkham Asylum has sold almost 2 million units in the US.
Batman: Arkham Asylum is this week's UK number one.
Eidos has called the new age ratings 'loophole' an "opportunity for the industry to show how responsible it is".
nVidia is offering consumers a free downloadable version of Batman: Arkham Asylum with some of its newest graphics cards.
Eidos has unveiled plans for the promotional blitz backing upcoming kids title Mini Ninjas.
Square Enix has announced a mixed bag of results in its latest financial report, with the climb in net games sales being offset by a drop in both net and ...
The ghost of unprofitable Christmas past will hit consumers this Q4 – as retailers keep software prices high and publishers shunt more triple-A titles than ever to next year.
The combined Eidos and Square Enix has named the team staffing its European office.
Eidos has announced that the next instalment in its noteworthy football management series, dubbed Championship Manager 2010, will be released this September.
Toby Gard, the creator of the Tomb Raider series, has once again shifted his role at Crystal Dynamics.
It’s been known for really quite a long time now, but the official announcement of Thief 4, or Thi4f as Eidos would like us to refer to it, will still ...
The firm that saved Eidos believes it will have a return on its £84.3m purchase within three years.