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eidos

(ˈaɪdɒs)
n
the intellectual character of a culture or a social group
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Noun1.eidos - (anthropology) the distinctive expression of the cognitive or intellectual character of a culture or a social group
attribute - an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of an entity
anthropology - the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings
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Lindsey, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Eidos Inc.
Shares in Wimbledon-based Eidos soared as much as 127% after news of the offer from Square Enix, known for its Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest games brands.
Eidos bosses are urging shareholders to accept the offer.
The original Tomb Raider made Lara Croft into the digital icon that she is today," said Director of Marketing, Matt Gorman, Eidos, Inc.
The bid values Eidos at more than pounds 100million.
Financially-troubled Eidos, home to Lara Croft, accepted a pounds 71m offer from private equity firm Elevation in March before later receiving a counter approach from smaller counterpart SCi.
Financially-troubled Eidos - home to cyberbabe Lara Croft (below) - accepted a pounds 71 million offer from private equity firm Elevation in March before later receiving a counter approach from smaller counterpart SCi.
Eidos directors gave their blessing to a pounds 71m bid by Elevation Partners, which includes U2 frontman Bono among its directors.
Hitman Blood Money, Eidos and the Eidos logo are trademarks of the Eidos Group of Companies.
Last month, Eidos said an unexpected softness in the games market would affect the results to June 30.
The acquisition is part of Eidos' strategy of partnering with independent development studios in a way that allows them to retain most of the financial benefits of their work while benefiting from centralized support from Eidos.
Eidos Interactive is the creator of some of the world's leading videogame properties.