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2015 was not a big year for Take-Two.
If you work in games retail, it will be hard to forget September 2013.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says the publisher will continue to launch multiple triple-A boxed games a year, despite the rapid growth of its digital business.
Take-Two wants its Mafia series to sit alongside Borderlands and BioShock as one of its biggest games franchises.
Bioshock Infinite has sold 11m copies and the Bioshock franchise as a whole has sold more than 25m, according to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
The CEO of Take-Two says the lack of digital data in the games market is misleading.
The US games giant is riding high after posting its two strongest financial years ever back-to-back, and selling in 52m units of GTA V. Now, with over $1bn in the ...
2K Games will release a major triple-A game before March 2016, Take-Two has announced.
In what appears to be an annual traditional, Take-Two boss Strauss Zelnick has again questioned the viability of the free-to-play business model.
If you’ve read any of our Take-Two interviews in recent years, you’ll have read the same story: Take-Two is no-longer the Grand Theft Auto company.
Take-Two has once again beaten its quarterly predictions, and has revised its estimations for the fiscal year.
Strauss Zelnick has told MCV @ Gamescom that GTA V’s success on PS4 and Xbox One is inevitable.
There were queues snaking around the corner at even the most remote games retailer.
More than 70 per cent of Grand Theft Auto V players with online connectivity have played GTA Online, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has revealed.
Do shareholders know something we don’t?
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.
Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelnick believes Xbox One and PS4 will surpass the installed base totals of Xbox 360 and PS3 within five years.
When Strauss Zelnick and his team walked into Take-Two’s offices in 2007, the publisher was in disarray.