Tagged: Take-two

UPDATE: It appears, thanks to some handy NeoGaf users, that Borderlands is available as this weekend's Free Play Days title. This is a promotion that Microsoft run every now and again when there's some kind of sale on. The last one was Overwatch, but the program has also included Rainbow Six: Siege and Halo 5: Guardians. Usually, this promotion is limited to Gold members, but apparently Silver members have been able to download Borderlands too (thanks, Eurogamer), so perhaps there's more to this story. We're still waiting on confirmation from Microsoft regarding this. Original Post: Borderlands: The Handsome Collection has had a ... Read More »
Financial reports. Dull as dishwater. "Some company made some money, lost some money, here are some huge numbers that are incomprehensible to most people." But, you know what? Accountants? Major teases. Major. Don't believe me? Allow me to elaborate, dear reader. Yesterday, publishing giant Take Two released its figures for the first quarter of 2016-17 (April - June). In that time they made some money, lost some money, sold some games, and delayed some games. If you're interested in the numbers, head on over to Gamespot's coverage of the financials. Or do something more interesting, like... oh, I don't know. ... Read More »
Recently we have been inundated with remastered versions of our favourite games from the past. Some of these remasters are very welcomed additions to our Xbox One collections while others just feel like developers cashing in. Love them or hate them, remasters are here to stay. A few developers have so far resisted the urge to release remastered versions of there games. Up to this point Take-Two have been one such company, even though some of their games, including the Bioshock franchise, are some of the most requested remasters. But that soon may be about to change, that is if ... Read More »
GTA V has been going from strengh to strengh since its first launch on the Xbox 360 in September of 2013, but this Mammoth title has not stopped and because of its ongoing success Rockstar Games has continued to release free updates to GTA Online and expand upon the already huge game this has become. Rockstar Games has flooded GTA Online with update after update but with the constant focus on the online service has left the single player experience the same as before and left people wondering if they will ever see an update on their single player action. The ... Read More »

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