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Friday, March 16, 2007
Eidos to Release PC Titles via Steam


This first agreement includes complete franchise sets of classics such as Tomb Raider, Commandos, and many of the Hitman titles.

In addition, Eidos is bringing some of this year's most highly anticipated releases to Steam, including Tomb Raider: Anniversary, Championship Manager 2007, and more.

Arriving today, the first wave of Eidos titles available to Steam gamers around the world includes many of the Hitman titles, Battlestations: Midway, Just Cause, and the entire Commandos series. Pricing information is available at Steamgames.com, and news of additional Eidos games heading to Steam will be announced in the coming weeks.


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