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 Written by John Scalzo  on January 24, 2007

News: There can be only one (which will be available on as many systems as possible)!

Eidos Interactive's parent company, SCi Entertainment, has released a new financial report that details some of the company's future titles.

The outlook for 2007 includes many previously announced titles like Battlestations: Midway (PC, X360), Chili Con Carnage (PSP), Tomb Raider: Anniversary (PS2, PSP, PC) and the Nintendo versions of Tomb Raider: Legend (GC, DS, GBA). But the 2008 release calendar is much more interesting.

For 2008 Eidos/SCi has the following titles on tap: Tomb Raider 8, Just Cause 2, Urban Chaos 2 and a game based on the Highlander franchise. No platforms were revealed for any of these games, but a PS3 version of Tomb Raider 8 was confirmed in a previous announcement.

We'll have more on all of these games soon.

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