Eidos Interactive

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Eidos Interactive
Founded: 1990[1]
T-series code: T-368
Merged into: Square Enix Europe (2009)
Wimbledon Bridge House, 1 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, SW19 3RU[2]

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Eidos Interactive was a British video game publisher.

Eidos was originally formed to develop digitial video compression technologies, but found itself in the video game business after acquiring Domark in October 1995[1]. It would strengthen its position by acquiring CentreGold in April 1996, which included Core Design and U.S. Gold[1], benefiting significantly with the release of Tomb Raider and its successors.

The company would be merged into Square Enix Europe in 2009 and no longer exists as a separate entity. Many of its intellectual properties are now owned by the Embracer Group, after Square Enix sold most of its Western assets in August 2022.