Game Notoriety Outscores Quality

Eidos boss Bill Gardner says controversial games like "25-to-Life" would die a natural death if politicians ignored them

Next Generation visited Eidos' HQ in San Francisco, to talk to Gardner about his role in trying to turn the company around. After more loss-making years than anyone can remember, some pretty dismal games, and a protracted buy-out from SCI, the firm says it's ready to propel itself back into the big-league.

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