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  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto Online Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    A California U.S. District Court has thrown out a class action lawsuit filed against Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games due to a delay in the launch of GTA Online. The case was filed against Take-Two by Bruce McMahon and Christopher Bengston. The pair claimed that Rockstar and Take-Two had engaged... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Reports $1.27 Billion Revenue In Enormous Second Quarter 2014

    Take-Two has announced its second quarter 2014 financial results today. The company’s net revenue (non-GAAP) amounts to $1.27 billion, with net income jumping from $10.2 million in second quarter last year to $325.6 million in fiscal 2014. Performance was driven by the success of Grand Theft Auto... More
  • Blog Post: New Bully Trademark Filed

    The Bully franchise has many fans, and the series' latest trademark news will only stoke their passion. On July 25 Take-Two filed for a new trademark for the franchise, and it runs the usual gamut of video games, downloadables, films, etc. The game's original developer, Rockstar Vancouver, worked... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two CEO Talks MMOs, Next-Gen, GTA V And Zombies

    Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive, has been frank on the future direction of their company at the Cowen Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference in New York. More zombies, no MMOs in America, and of course a whole lot of GTA V are in the pipeline. With only a few... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Interactive Wraps Up Successful 2013, Strong Year Ahead With Grand Theft Auto V

    Take-Two Interactive's 2013 financial performance is only made more impressive by realizing that Grand Theft Auto V is going to sell better than Max Payne 3. In fact, the parent of publishers Rockstar Games and 2K Games is so confident in the power of Grand Theft Auto V and that franchise's back... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Won't "Degrade" GTA With Biannual Releases

    While many of gaming's top franchises - like Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed - have gone to a yearly release schedule - Take-Two doesn't want gamers to burn out on its storied Grand Theft Auto series. Speaking at the Wedbush Transformational Technologies Conference, Take-Two COO Karl Slatoff... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two CEO Squashes GTA V Next-Gen Rumors

    During a financial call with reporters and investors, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick talked about the company's next-gen plan, which currently does not include a next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V. According to Gamasutra , Zelnick said that the company has an "extensive pipeline of unannounced... More
  • Blog Post: Borderlands 2 Sales Bolster Take-Two

    In a financial report for the second quarter of the current fiscal year, Take-Two praised the success of Borderlands 2, for both its traditional retail and digital sales. Borderlands 2 has shipped five million retail units to date, and the company calls the game, "one of the most successful releases... More
  • Blog Post: Max Payne 3 & Spec Ops: The Line Don't Bolster Take-Two

    Publisher Take-Two has reported a $110.8 million loss for the first quarter of this year, and the company has specifically cited lower-than-expected sales of Max Payne 3 and Spec Ops: The Line for the dip. The publisher did not cite sales numbers or expectations for the pair, but in a conference call... More
  • Blog Post: 2K Sports Not Expected To Renew MLB License

    2K Sports' Major League Baseball 2K series hasn't always been the best baseball game on the market, and there are indications that 2K and parent company Take-Two Interactive may not renew their licensing agreement with MLB. Take-Two's financials were released yesterday, and in them the company... More
  • Blog Post: Analysts: GTA V Should Be Out By April

    Neither Rockstar nor its parent company Take-Two Interactive have announced an official release date for Grand Theft Auto V, but some industry analysts aren't sweating it. Yesterday Take-Two announced its latest financials, and by reading those tea leaves, Sterne Agee's Arvind Bhatia, Wedbush... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two: Q1 2012 Revenue Is Down, Expected

    Today Take-Two reported that its net revenue is down from last year, while stressing the number of high profile games it has on the horizon. Take-Two's net revenue for the first quarter of fiscal year 2012 was $334.4 million, compared to $375.4 million last year. Additionally, the company is operating... More
  • Blog Post: Analyst Speculates On Possible Take-Two Buyout

    Take-Two – owners of Rockstar Games and home to games like BioShock Infinite, has been an attractive buyout target for years. With the release and early success of L.A. Noire, one industry analyst says the company is ripe as ever for a buyout. Sterne Agee analyst Arvind Bhatia classifies the chance... More
  • Blog Post: Activision Interested In Buying Take-Two?

    At the moment, Activision still has egg on its face from the cancellation of the Guitar Hero franchise, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have money in its pocket and hunger in its eyes. MCV in the U.K. is reporting that an unidentified "senior executive" (whether that's from Activision... More
  • Blog Post: Max Payne 3 Nowhere In Sight

    There was lots of good news in Take-Two's recent financial call discussing the previous quarter and what's to come for the company, but there was one glaring omission that puts a black cloud on the horizon: Max Payne 3. The game wasn't mentioned in Take-Two's slate of titles expected... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Profitable Without GTA, L.A. Noire Officially Delayed

    Take-Two Interactive just released its third quarter financial results ending July 31 and the numbers are looking good. What's not so good? L.A. Noire has been pushed out of this year into the first half of 2011. The game's delay is no big surprise , however, and it does give Take-Two's other... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Can't Have BioShock.com

    If you want to visit the official site for the original BioShock, you need to visit bioshockgame.com . Why the "game" on the end? Because bioshock.com was taken, and despite Take-Two Interactive's protests, the publisher can't have the domain. The legal details of the situation are... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two, 3D Realms Holster Duke Nukem Forever Lawsuits

    At this point, is there even such a thing as good news when it comes to Duke Nukem Forever? The game, which has been in various states of development for the past dozen or so years, has most recently been the subject of several suits and countersuits. The whole mess started when would-be publisher Take... More
  • Blog Post: Take-Two Ex-Execs Going To Court

    Take-Two Interactive is no stranger to grand theft auto, but thanks to a recent ruling by a Manhattan federal judge, the prominent publisher will be taking a few of its former executives to court on a different charge: options backdating. Not as exciting, but still serious. The accused employees are... More
  • Blog Post: Analyst Suggests Pre-E3 GTA V Announcement A Possibility

    In an interview with Industry Gamers, Janco Partners analyst Mike Hickey said, “there is building suspension [sic] for a pre-E3 GTA V announcement.” Hickey also stated that it is unlikely that anything about the game would be revealed at E3 itself. He went on to forecast a bright future for... More
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