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Evolve delayed to 2015, GTA V PC still on course for Autumn
Tucked away in part of the quarterly financial details released by publisher Take-Two today is news of a delay to Evolve.
Take-Two has “nothing to announce now” about GTA V PC
After a limp no-show for the supposed GTA V PC pre-orders last Friday, today’s Take-Two Q3 earnings report and call brought nothing new for those hoping for a PC release.
Bully for us: Take-Two files a new trademark for Bully
Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, have filed a new trademark application for Bully (known in certain regions as Canis Canem Edit).
Bioshock Infinite helps boost Take-Two earnings
Take-Two are the latest publisher to push out their financial results today and it’s been a good quarter for the publisher.
Take-Two confirms “spring 2013″ release window for Grand Theft Auto V
Publisher Take-Two has announced that Grand Theft Auto V has an expected worldwide release window of “spring 2013″ for the Xbox 360 and PS3 editions of the game.
Get your XCOM on with today’s Xbox 360 and PS3 demos
Console owners who’ve been waiting to have a bash at XCOM: Enemy Unknown and casting envious glances at the previously-released PC demo can play the trial version for themselves today (or tomorrow, for European PS3 users).
Borderlands 2 is 2K’s most pre-ordered game of all-time, exceeds expectations
Like a gloating Olympic champion, 2K Games has announced that Borderlands 2 has become the publisher’s most pre-ordered game of all time.
Jay-Z is a “visionary” and has had “direct impact” on NBA 2K13, says 2K
In case you missed it, Jay-Z (yes, the Jay-Z, the guy hanging off Beyonce’s arm) is executive producer on 2K Sports’ upcoming NBA 2K13.
Balancing gameplay with Jay-Z: NBA 2K13 [Interview]
When you’ve got a formula that works as well as that of the NBA 2K series, you could argue that it would make sense to just leave it alone – keep the gameplay the same, just update the players, teams and game modes.
This is awesome: Original Borderlands ‘demade’ in 16bit… for free
Marketing campaign for modern games usually revolve around pre-order bonuses, live-action trailers or (if we’re very lucky) early access to some crappy Resident Evil 6 demo.
Take-Two not happy with Max Payne 3 & Spec Ops: The Line sales
Sales of Max Payne 3 and Spec Ops: The Line have not met the expectations of Take-Two.