Entries in 'take-two' (241)
2K is running a special war movie marathon at a Leicester Square cinema in support of its upcoming shooter, Spec Ops: The Line.
Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Rockstar owner Take-Two, has claimed that rival publisher THQ “won’t be around in six months”.
Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition on iOS and Android generated the bulk of $26m in digital revenues for Take-Two in its fiscal Q3.
Take-Two reckons its financial 2013 will be one of its ‘best year ever’, hinting at a Christmas release for Grand Theft Auto V.
Take-Two has reported a 65 per cent drop in profit to $14.2m for its fiscal Q3 ending December 31st 2011.
Rockstar Games' upcoming Bullet Time shooter has been pushed back to a May release.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two is preparing to raise in the region of $200m ahead of what some believe is an imminent acquisition.
We look at a snapshot of players just prior to the launch of Civilization World to see what they are enjoying about the game series.
Speaking after the release of its latest financial figures last night, Take-Two refused to commit to a 2012 release for Grand Theft Auto V.
Take-Two has confirmed its sci-fi shooter XCOM will not be released in March 2012.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two has reported a drop in revenues and increased losses for the quarter ending September 30th.
A UK TV ad for Duke Nukem: Forever has been banned from air before 11pm.
GameVision asked 6,728 gamers about Grand Theft Auto IV to tell us about their experiences of the GTA franchise in more detail.
2K Czech, one of Europe’s leading triple-A studios, has lost more than 40 staff from a studio-wide redundancy operation.
Following a quarter of decline for the publisher, Take-Two has pledged future diversity in its software offerings.
2K Games has confirmed that it is working on a sequel to Gearbox Software's popular shooter Borderlands.
It’s an industry story that just won’t go away. And judging by comments from Take-Two COO Karl Slatoff, the publisher is quite happy for the rumours to persist.
It has been a tough year for the games industry, but not for Take-Two. Why do you think that is?
Fiscal year 2011 was a terrific 12 months for Take-Two. ...
Apple's App Store pricing has single handedly rocked the foundations of the traditional games market, but Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says full-price $40 software could yet prevail on the platform.
Shares in publisher Take-Two have fallen by four per cent meaning that since mid May the company has lost over 15 per cent of its overall value.
Publisher 2K Games has confirmed that it has ditched US PR firm The Redner Group.
A 14-year production cycle seemingly hasn't been enough to drag Duke Nukem Forever out of the development doldrums, but one analyst believes that the game's sales won't be affected.
The CEO of publisher Take-Two has said that the publisher would consider any possible acquisition move.
2K Games has announced that first person shooter XCOM will released on March 9th 2012 in Europe and March 6th in the US.