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   Technology StocksGTIS - Will it be a Phoenix or not ?


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To: Scot who wrote (2278)11/8/1999 4:32:00 PM
From: John Finley
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If ATVI wins the suit does that mean they get some of the GTIS debt? <g>

JF

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To: John Finley who wrote (2279)11/8/1999 4:39:00 PM
From: Scot
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If ATVI wins the suit does that mean they get some of the GTIS debt? <g>

As an ATVI stockholder...I hope not! Maybe ATVI could get the right to Deer Hunter XXI through XXVI?<g>

-Scot

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To: Scott Miller who wrote (2277)11/12/1999 11:36:00 AM
From: John Finley
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I see on the Barnes and Noble site that 3D Realms is the publisher of Pokemon Project Studio.
shop.barnesandnoble.com

Is GTIS going to distribute it?

JF

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To: John Finley who wrote (2281)11/14/1999 9:16:00 AM
From: John Finley
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It looks like B&N was wrong. TLC is the publisher of Pokemon Project Studio. I thought that Pokemon was out of the "charter" of 3D Realms....

....maybe "Pikachu Meets Godzilla in the 6th Dimension" FPS <g>.

As a shareholder one can only wish<g>.
JF

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To: John Finley who wrote (2281)11/15/1999 11:59:00 AM
From: Scott Miller
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>>> I see on the Barnes and Noble site that 3D Realms is the publisher of Pokemon Project Studio.
shop.barnesandnoble.com. <<<

That's a big-time typo! I had to see the movie yesterday, and trust me, we'd never have anything to do with Pokemon. it's purely for kids, with absolutely no entertainment value for adults.

Scott Miller
3D Realms

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To: Scott Miller who wrote (2283)11/15/1999 1:28:00 PM
From: John Finley
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>>I had to see the movie yesterday<<

Yeah, my kids are angling to get me to take them also <g>.

JF

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To: John Finley who wrote (2284)11/15/1999 1:51:00 PM
From: Scot
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John and thread:

UT is gold!

avault.com

Unreal Tournament is Done!

3D action fans rejoice! Epic Games has notified the Adrenaline Vault that Epic's 3D action title Unreal Tournament has gone gold and is in manufacturing this very moment. GT Interactive will have it in stores by this Friday in North America and in Europe by Nov. 26. An official announcement regarding the release is being prepared and should hit the web by tomorrow.

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To: Scot who wrote (2285)11/15/1999 2:16:00 PM
From: John Finley
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Good news! Great timing for the season.

A lot of volume today but no clear direction.

JF

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To: John Finley who wrote (2286)11/15/1999 3:58:00 PM
From: Scot
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Get out zee cheese! Scott M. posted this on Yahoo:

messages.yahoo.com

INFOGRAMES COMPLETES GTI TAKE-OVER
As exclusively predicted by MCV two weeks ago, Infogrames has become the new
majority shareholder of GT Interactive. There are no official details at
present but it is understood that an announcement will be made at the
InterContinental Hotel in Paris on Tuesday morning (November 15th). It will
be presented by Infogrames' flamboyant CEO Bruno Bonnell and GTI's CEO
Thomas Heymann, who was brought into the company from Disney in February to
help secure its future after a rocky period.
Initially, it is expected that the two companies will trade autonomously,
with GTI remaining as a separate entity on the NASDAQ. Full details on the
consolidation of the two companies are expected by the end of the year, when
the deal will have been ratified by shareholders.
The swoop for GTI proves how serious Infogrames is about increasing its
global strength and raising its profile across the Atlantic. US publishing
veteran Accolade and UK outfit Gremlin Interactive were both bought earlier
this year, amongst a series of aggressive moves, but this is by far the
French super-publisher's biggest deal to date. Infogrames has beaten off
interest from Hasbro, Microsoft, Acclaim and finance outfit Blackstone to
secure an agreement which creates a hugely powerful force. Infogrames
recorded global sales of $327.5m in its full-year ended June 30th, whilst
GTI's full-year sales to the end of March topped $570m. GTI's sales for its
first fiscal quarter ending June 30th were a massive $121m.
Infogrames will add to its roster a portfolio of companies which includes
Newcastle-based Reflections (maker of the huge-selling Driver), Cavedog
(Total Annihilation), Oddworld (Abe's Oddysee), Singletrac (Twisted Metal)
and one of the largest software distribution operations in the US.
For more exclusive news about GTI Interactive and Infogrames, read MCV this
Friday.

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To: Scot who wrote (2287)11/15/1999 4:28:00 PM
From: John Finley
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Sounds like it's zee Brie and a bottle Rothschild, hopefully <g>.

I was rooting for more HAS actually, but, hey, who's complaining? At least someone was interested.

JF

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