Eidos gives us Dalmatians--again!

PlayStation still alive and kicking, but catering to the younger set. Eidos puts out a second Dalmatians game.


Disney Interactive and Eidos announced that the two are collaborating on Disney's 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure for the original PlayStation.

Eidos, having previously done 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue for Dreamcast, among other Disney games, is one of more than a dozen publishers to use the kid-friendly license.

Based on the movie, Patch's London Adventure is a single-player game in which players, as Patch--a puppy accidentally left behind when his family moves to the country--set out to find a hero from TV, named "Thunderbolt." Later the player must save the other Dalmatians from Cruella De Vil. Patch must solve puzzles and explore the London city streets as well as the surrounding countryside.

101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure is scheduled for a North American release in October.

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