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More than half of Take-Two's earnings come from microtransactions and DLCs

Take-Two has recorded one of the strongest quarters ever, thanks to the recurring consumer spending arising from microtransactions. The parent company of Rockstar and 2K Games has revealed the first quarter earnings of ...
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Borderlands 3 will not have cross-play at launch

Borderlands 3 will not have cross-play support at launch in September, but the functionality could be added later. To say it is the boss of Gearbox, Randy Pitchford, on Twitter. Your statement has arrived ...

Disintegration is the new sci-fi FPS from the Halo co-creator

In the past few hours Take-Two has announced to the world Disintegration, a new first-person shooter set in a sci-fi setting, which will be directed by one of the brightest minds of the genre, it is nothing less ...

Rumor - Sony prepares to hit, Take-Two and Rockstar Games coming?

According to rumors that have circulated, but subsequently proved wrong, Sony would be close to buying Take-Two. The possible sale of Take-Two, however, would bring about a series of important changes in the videogame market: in fact the group owns at its ...
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Take Two: "Micro Transfers in Every Future Game"

Well yes. Even Take Two definitively yields to the disgusting advances made by microtransactions. Last week, during a meeting with investors, the double T revealed that all future games will have ...

Is there a future full of loot boxes also in Borderlands 3?

Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Take-Two interactive, revealed to his investors that all the company's future games will have "recurring opportunities for consumer spending", so the upcoming titles like Red Dead Redemption ...

Published list E3 2016

Only a few days ago the names of the participants of the next E3 2016 were published, and apparently they are not few, many of which are also quite important. We hope that they will not participate, as happened in the past, ...

WB Games, the new Batman Arkham game will be announced at ...

The Arkham series of Rocksteady Games ended four years ago with Arkham Knight, but there is always the possibility that they could be ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...
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