Posts Tagged ‘Take-Two’
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Lindsay Lohan Will NOT Be Suing Take-Two After All

by Peter Paltridgeon September 1, 2016
Remember when Lindsay Lohan was certain a character in Grand Theft Auto V was based on her and threatened to sue Rockstar Games and its parent company Take-Two Interactive? Today she found out she can’t actually do that. An appeals court threw out her lawsuit, filed in 2014, this week. Turns out there’s something called […]

Cryptic Tweet Suggests Big Announcement From Rockstar Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon August 16, 2016
Rockstar said earlier this month during their quarter earnings report that something big was waiting in the wings, and that they’d they’d reveal it sometime later this year. That time may be coming soon. Today Sony insider Tidux tweeted this from Gamescom: A rock guitar, a star, and the hashtag “PSM” (for PlayStation Meeting). This […]

What Does GTA’s Publisher Think Of The Nintendo NX?

by Peter Paltridgeon July 28, 2016
The odds of the next GTA appearing on a Nintendo console aren’t great, unless their target demographic completely embraces the NX as their gaming platform of choice within the next few years. Rockstar did attempt to market a full-fledged GTA game on the Nintendo DS, called Chinatown Wars, not too long ago — and it […]

No New Games From Rockstar Until At Least Spring 2017

by Peter Paltridgeon May 19, 2016
It’s been rumored that Rockstar Games is working on some new material….unfortunately, it might be a while before any of it gets to our playing boxes. During Take Two’s earnings call, CEO Strauss Zelnick said that the developer of GTA and Red Dead Redemption would not be releasing a new game within the 2016-2017 fiscal […]


Remasters Of PS2 GTAs Are Possible

by Peter Paltridgeon May 18, 2016
Given the recent trend of game publishers reprinting their PS2 and PS3 games in high-definition as “remastered” editions, one would assume Rockstar would take notice. A simple inexpensive remaster of GTA 3 or Vice City would be like printing money, right? Not so fast, says Take-Two¬†CEO Strauss Zelnick. Addressing a question asked during their earnings […]

Leaked Red Dead Redemption 2 Map May Be Real

by Peter Paltridgeon April 20, 2016
Last week, a mysterious map was posted on a NeoGAF thread that seemed to be a blueprint for a Red Dead Redemption sequel. The map used some familiar areas while adding some new ones. Then the map disappeared as soon as it was put up, with the explanation “been asked to take it down sorry […]

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Lindsay Lohan Is Suing Take-Two Over Her GTA V Parody Character

by Peter Paltridgeon March 15, 2016
Lindsay Lohan has been authorized to take developer Rockstar Games and its parent company Take-Two to court, over what she claims is unauthorized use of her likeness. Specifically, the spoiled, bratty character of Lacey Jonas. See something that looked familiar, Lin? Lindsay was trying to do this all the way back in 2014, but it […]

Brands, Brands, Does Take-Two Have Brands

by Peter Paltridgeon March 10, 2016
Next time you wonder what exactly is taking Take-Two so long putting out anything new relating to GTA that isn’t an update to the online mode, think about this: Take-Two is a busy parent, and it’s got more children than a Quiverfull family in North Texas. At least, this was the way president Karl Slatoff […]

Rockstar Not Interested In “Milking” Its Franchises

by Peter Paltridgeon March 8, 2016
During a business presentation held in New York on Tuesday, Karl Slatoff, president of Take-Two Interactive, was asked why he didn’t seem to be pushing for annual releases for Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead or any of Rockstar’s other popular franchises. EA does it, Activision does it, everybody’s doin’ it — don’t you want to […]
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Take-Two CEO Explains Why There’s No GTA 6 In Sight

by Peter Paltridgeon November 19, 2015
You may remember back when GTA was young (or at least on its third sequel, when people started to care about it), it didn’t take long for new games in the series to show up. Gradually the pace of those releases has been getting slower and slower. GTA IV was kept alive through storyline expansions, […]