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An unidentified Take-Two title suggested to be Mafia III will take place in Louisiana, according to a rumoured casting call by the publisher.
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’.
Do shareholders know something we don’t?
BioShock developer Irrational Games has laid off most of its staff, the firm's creative director Ken Levine has announced.
From the battle between GAME and CEX, to Evolve-maker Turtle Rock going it along without Valve, we've got it all covered in the latest MCV.
New versions of Grand Theft Auto V could come to other platforms, if that's where the gamers are, says Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
PC GAMING WEEK: Civilization V will be re-released at retail this week, with all the expansion packs and DLC included.
GTA Online was the single largest contributor to Take-Two's digital revenue over the three months to Christmas, the firm has told MCV.
Take-Two has smashed its predicted earnings and has raised its outlook as GTA V shipments surpass 32.5m.
The Top 20 Entertainment Products of 2013 are in, and it's unsurprising to see Grand Theft Auto V come out on top, with 3.67m units sold.
The CEO of Take-Two has expressed scepticism about the potential of publishers to make significant money from triple-A free-to-play games.
Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelnick believes Xbox One and PS4 will surpass the installed base totals of Xbox 360 and PS3 within five years.
US investor Carl Icahn is no longer involved with Take-Two after the publisher bought out the outspoken exec’s share interest.
GTA V UK sales bigger than Battlefield, FIFA, Call of Duty, Batman, Pokemon and Assassin's Creed combined
We all know Grand Theft Auto V was bigger than anything ever. Made more money than any entertainment property, and sold 2m units in the UK alone in just a ...
The digital version of Grand Theft Auto V available on Xbox Live’s Games on Demand has broken records.
Borderlands 2 has shipped over 7.5m copies at retail, and is on track to become 2K Games' highest-selling title ever.
Grand Theft Auto V shipments are closing in on 29m copies, Take-Two has announced.
Take-Two interactive has released its financial results for Q2 2014, reporting a huge spike in net revenue thanks to Grand Theft Auto V.
Take-Two needs to adapt its strategy to lessen its reliance on High Street retail, one analyst has claimed.
Streaming games TV service Twitch has announced a further $20m worth of investment.
2K Games has formed a new San Francisco-based studio to be led by Gears of War and Bioshock Infinite vet, Rod Fergusson.
Grand Theft Auto V has sold just over 2.25m games in the UK in just five days.
In the least surprising news of the day, Grand Theft Auto V is No.1. But perhaps what IS surprising, is the incredible margin of its success.
Grand Theft Auto V has made $1bn in three days.