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  • Blog Post: Take Two Posts Revenue, Profit Gains In Second Fiscal Quarter

    Take Two has reported its earning for the second quarter of its 2016 fiscal year. Revenues and profits are up significantly from the same period last year. Net revenue jumped 175 percent from $126.3 million last year to $347 million in this period. Take Two recovered from a loss in the previous quarter... More
  • Blog Post: Battleborn Delayed Until May, Out Of Take Two’s Fiscal Year

    Battleborn needs more time, it seems. Gearbox and 2K have announced that it has been delayed out of February and the publisher’s fiscal year. Battleborn was slated to arrive on February 9, 2016. It now lands on May 3, 2016. For more on Battleborn, you can read a recent hands-on preview . Take Two... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two CEO Confirms Red Dead And BioShock Games Are Planned

    Take-Two head Strauss Zelnick further confirms that the company intends to continue two of its most high-profile franchises. Gamespot obtained quotes from Zelnick's presentation at an analyst conference earlier this week, and his comments contained good news for gamers. Of the Red Dead series, he... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Civilization V Complete Edition Out Today, XCOM Complete Coming In March

    Both Civilization V and XCOM have had some expansions and DLC release since their initial releases, and now it appears that 2K Games is collecting them together to produce PC-exclusive definitive editions of both titles. According to Take-Two's 3rd Quarter financial release, the two titles from Firaxis... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Has Over 10 New-Generation Game Projects, More Borderlands 2 Coming

    The company behind studios like Rockstar Games and Firaxis is already developing a healthy slate of titles for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as returning to Pandora with more add-on content. The news comes out of Take-Two's third quarter earnings call, where the company reported strong... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Has 10 Next-Gen Games In Development

    During it's second quarter fiscal call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick mentioned that the company is preparing for the next generation with a stable of new titles. These new games include Evolve (one of the company's acquisitions from THQ's downfall) and a project from the new studio headed... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V Has Sold 29 Million Copies

    We knew that GTA V had a great opening day and was the top seller for the month of September. Now, Take Two has revealed a more specific number of units sold: 29 million. According to a press release detailing the financials, those outstanding sales bolstered Take Two's quarterly results, bringing... More
  • Blog Post: Hungover X Domain Registered By Take-Two

    Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive has made claim on the domain name HungoverX.com. According to Fusible.com , the domain was registered privately, but the whois.com records show Take-Two as the owners. The site's domain servers were also recently switched over to Take-Two's. Currently... More
  • Blog Post: Industry Analysts Divided On How GTA V Will Affect Next-Gen Reception

    GamesIndustry International recently interviewed a number of industry analysts about the influence that Grand Theft Auto V will have on next-generation console launch sales. GTA V is set to release on September 17 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. There has been no mention from either Rockstar or Take... More
  • Blog Post: Report: EA May Add New Sports Franchises

    Electronic Arts’ chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said “a couple of new sports franchises” may be added to the developer’s stable of sports games. The revelation came during the Wedbush Technology Conference today. While answering a question about EA’s planned releases... More
  • Blog Post: First Max Payne Game Being Ported To Mobile Devices

    Along with this morning's news of a release month and new multiplayer modes for Max Payne 3, Rockstar also announced that the original Max Payne game will be coming to mobile devices. Joystiq reports that a "full HD" version of Max Payne 1 will be ported to unnamed mobile devices. In addition... More
  • Blog Post: Take Two Registers Rockstar Films Trademark

    If there’s one developer that has regularly presented gamers with beautifully cinematic gaming experiences this console generation, it’s Rockstar. If a recent trademark is any indication, they may be looking to take their talents (and iconic IP) to the big screen. “Rockstar Films”... More
  • Blog Post: We Haven't Seen The Last Of Duke Nukem

    Duke has been the talk of the industry for the last week or two, and it's not in the good way. The 12-years-in-the-making title launched to dismal review scores and numerous offended journalists, but that's not enough to bruise the King's massive ego. Speaking to Forbes , Take-Two CEO Strauss... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop Lists Grand Theft Auto V For 2012 Release

    Apparently the German branch of GameStop knows something the rest of us don't about the next entry in Rockstar's critically acclaimed series. The German website is currently listing Grand Theft Auto V as a January 2012 release. The date should be taken with a grain of salt, however, as the game... More
  • Blog Post: Another GTA V Casting Call Leaks Online?

    Earlier this month, a casting call seeking actors for a project codenamed "Rush" surfaced on the Internet. Many noted that the roles seemed to be similar to Rockstar Grand Theft Auto style characters, including a wisecracking FBI agent, a Welsh monk yoga teacher, and a 30-year-old "weed... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto IV Sales Near 20 Million

    Niko Bellic finally found the American Dream. At the Wedbush Securities Technology, Media & Telecommunications Conference, Take-Two revealed that Rockstar's latest entry in its massively popular sandbox action series has moved nearly 20 million copies. We're not sure if those numbers include... More
  • Blog Post: Take Two Registers Several New Domains, Possibly Tied To GTA V?

    Every Grand Theft Auto game has been filled with in-game brands, and we expect the next entry in the series to follow suit. Rockstar has been known for going all-out with these brands, some with fully functioning websites and commercial campaigns. That's why Take Two's recent domain registrations... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Celebrates Huge Profits Despite No GTA

    Today Take-Two published its annual earnings, which bucked the company's trend of losing money without the support of a new GTA sequel on the market. Thanks to the stunning success of Red Dead Redemption -- which has shipped 8 million copies to date -- as well as healthy sales for NBA 2K11, Civilization... More
  • Blog Post: August NPD: Madden Rules A Rough Month For Games

    In news that's probably not surprising to many, the latest iteration of EA's ever-popular Madden franchise is at the top of the video game charts during a relatively slow August. Check below the break for all the official NPD stats from last month. Both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Italian-American Group Wants To Stop Release Of Mafia II

    UPDATE: UNICO's Andre DiMino is taking credit for low turnout at Mafia II's launch party, saying "I have no doubt our efforts resulted in the Mafia II Launch Party, at the 92nd Street Y's Tribeca Center, being a dismal failure." According to the UNICO press release, the party was... More
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