Entries in '2k games' (50)
Free-to-play mobile trading card game WWE SuperCard has combined for 1.5m downloads between iOS and Android platforms, 2K has announced.
While still in the midst of trying to crack the video-on-demand market, WWE is now trying its hand at the online card battling scene.
Fantasy Flight Games has teamed up with Firaxis Game to launch a board game based on hit video game franchise XCOM.
2K's upcoming multiplayer shooter has slipped from October in 2015.
A full port of cult first person shooter BioShock has been announced for iOS.
Something BioShock this way comes.
2K Games has found a way to get the name Pharrell Williams on the cover of 2K15.
All hope of a Vita version of BioShock appears to be over.
2K Games’ Civilization: Beyond Earth now has a release date, developer Firaxis has announced.
Civilization Revolution 2 – the first game in the Civ series developed exclusively for mobile devices – is out now on iOS.
2K Games has confirmed that the successor to Civilization Revolution will not be released on consoles.
The new shooter Evolve will launch on Xbox One, PS4 and PC during the busiest month of the year.
The next WWE game will be the first on next-generation consoles, 2K has announced.
Take-Two and Tencent collaboration NBA 2K Online has garnered 19m registered accounts in China.
2K Games was only convinced to release WWE 2K 14 last year after the wrestling organisation agreed to reduce its royalties.
Evolve community manager sacked for seemingly backing owner Sterling
Firaxis Games has announced Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth, revealing the game will release later this year.
Sony has dated the Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle for next month, with the standalone release of the game coming one week after.
A ‘pre-sequel’ Borderlands game is in development.
Last week in a shock announcement, Take-Two and Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games – the studio behind BioShock – was being closed.
The fate of BioShock Vita can certainly be described as ‘uncertain’.
There’s a good chance that you’ve never heard of Turtle Rock Studios.
Do shareholders know something we don’t?
The NBA isn't walking away from future publishing deals with EA – in spite of the disappointing launch of its most recent licensed effort, NBA Live 14.
BioShock developer Irrational Games has laid off most of its staff, the firm's creative director Ken Levine has announced.