Friday, 16 April 2010

Take-Two Wants To Grow Bigger

After last years results, it was pretty clear how much Take-Two struggles on non GTA release years regardless of the other games (investors...). Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelick has commented that to face non-GTA years they must grow bigger:
"We have a worldwide distribution and publishing footprint, and in a GTA year that cost basis is fine, but in a non-GTA year it's too high. We need to get bigger."

"We can make quality video games and release them in a somewhat more orderly fashion than we have done historically. We'll stop short of a strictly annual schedule, however, because I think that is the enemy of pushing the envelope creatively."
This year is looking good for Take-Two, with important games programmed for this year such as Red Dead Redemption, LA Noire, Mafia II and Civilization 5 among others.

I foresee this year to be a good one on Take-Two after last year's disappointment.

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