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EA’s Riccitiello: Balance Of Power Shifting From Games To Films
In a new interview, Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has been suggesting that movie studios are now showing more interest in games than vice versa - and musing on reports that the launch of GTA IV might dent the premiere of the Iron Man film.
04.13.08 | News | David Jenkins | 1 Number of Comments 
GameFly: GTA IV Takes All-Platform Top Spot
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending April 14th, show Rockstar's GTA IV snatching first place from Dark Sector, and first-person shooters dropping do
04.13.08 | News | Eric Caoili |  
Saling The World: Mario Kart, Monster Hunter Lead Japan Sales
Gamasutra's latest exclusively compiled worldwide Amazon.com charts find Japanese Wii sales headed by the recently released Mario Kart Wii, while a re-released God of War II finds new popularity in the United States - full console-specific c
04.10.08 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Sega Racing Studio Closure Confirmed
Officials from Sega have confirmed recent reports that the UK-based Sega Rally Revo developer Sega Racing Studio has ceased operations, as part of a wider review of Sega?s we
04.08.08 | News | David Jenkins |  
Ask the Experts: Video Game Companies In The UK
In the latest entry in GameCareerGuide.com 'Ask The Experts' advice column, editor Jill Duffy answers a question from a reader in the UK, who asks, ?Do I have to move to America to work in the game industry??
04.06.08 | News | Jill Duffy |  
Saling The World: Monster Hunter 2nd G, Crisis Core Top Charts
Gamasutra's latest exclusively compiled real-time Amazon.com charts find Capcom's PSP action/RPG Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G continuing to clean up in Japan, as Crisis Core tops domestic PSP charts, and demand for Gran Turismo 5 Prologu
04.03.08 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Rockstar To Release Edited GTA IV For Australia
Rockstar has reportedly developed a special, more heavily-edited version of Grand Theft Auto IV specifically for Australia in order to meet ratings requirements, earning it a rating of MA15+ in the region.
04.03.08 | News | Leigh Alexander | 5 Number of Comments 
Rockstar Acquires Mad Doc Software, Creates Rockstar New England
Publisher and Take-Two subsidiary Rockstar has announced that it has acquired Andover, MA-based Mad Doc Software, who most recently worked with the publisher on its Xbox 360 version of Bully, creating the newly labeled Rockstar New England.
04.03.08 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Report: Realtime Worlds Raises $50 Million In Funding
According to a new report, Scotland-based developer Realtime Worlds (Crackdown) has raised $50 million in its third funding round led by Maverick Capital, allowing continued work on titles such as upcoming PC MMO APB.
03.30.08 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
Rockstar Unveils Web Extensions For GTA IV
Rockstar has announced that the launch of its highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto IV will also include the opening of the Rockstar Social Club, a new website that will extensively track both multi- and single-player experiences for players of the X
03.26.08 | News | Brandon Boyer | 1 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Rejects EA Offer, Hints At Business 'Combination'
The board of directors at Take-Two Interactive have formally decided to reject Electronic Arts? bid to acquire outstanding stock in the company, citing the $26 per share cash offer as ?inadequate? and contrary to the best interest of stockholders.
03.25.08 | News | David Jenkins |  
GameFly: Rainbow Six Takes Top Medal In Rental Charts
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending March 24th, show Rainbow 6: Vegas 2 taking over the top spot from Army of Two in a week that sees major shakeups o
03.23.08 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
N+: Beyond The Postmortem
What's it like getting a game onto Xbox Live Arcade? N+ creators Raigan Burns and Mare Sheppard of developer Metanet - and Nick Waanders, president of XBLA N converters Slick Entertainment - don't mince words in this discussion of the service.
03.21.08 | Feature | Brandon Sheffield | 9 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Rainbow Six Vegas 2 Leads Xbox 360 Sales in U.S. and UK
Gamasutra's latest exclusively compiled real-time worldwide charts see Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 debut to top sales in North America and the UK, while Armored Core: For Answer and SimCity DS 2 lead in Japan.
03.20.08 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Mario & Sonic Take Gold Again In UK
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games for Wii has returned to the top of the UK charts yet again, dethroning Army of Two on Xbox 360, as overall sales fall this week, with the highest new entry being No More Heroes at number fourteen.
03.17.08 | News | David Jenkins |  
GameFly: Army Titles On The Front Lines
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending March 3rd, show Army of Two in first place for a third week, while Rainbow 6: Vegas 2 and Condemned 2 also
03.17.08 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
Saling The World: Smash Bros. Debut Tops U.S. Charts
Gamasutra's latest worldwide real-time Amazon.com charts see North American sales dominated by Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which debuts as this week's multiplatform top seller - with The Sims 2: FreeTime atop PC charts and Army of Two at
03.13.08 | News | Danny Cowan | 1 Number of Comments 
Manhunt 2 Wins Legal Battle For Release
The UK Video Appeals Committee (VAC) has upheld its rejection of an appeal by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) not to give the game Manhunt 2 an 18-rated age certificate, thereby finally clearing it for release in the country.
03.13.08 | News | David Jenkins | 2 Number of Comments 
EA Makes 'Hostile' $2 Billion Tender Offer For Take-Two
Electronic Arts has officially announced that it has commenced a 'hostile' $2 billion tender offer for all outstanding shares of Take-Two stock at $26 ? the same price as its original formal offer last month, which Take-Two rejected as undervaluing the co
03.12.08 | News | Brandon Boyer, David Jenkins |  
Analyst: Rockstar To Stay Despite EA's Hostile Bid
As analysts continue to size up EA's hostile bid for Take-Two, Cowen's Doug Creutz has said he expects the majority of shareholders will accept the deal, and that the hostile move w
03.12.08 | News | Brandon Boyer | 2 Number of Comments 
Levine Still On BioShock 2, AAA Rockstar Sequel In 2009, New Payne?
In its call with investors following its Q1 results, Take-Two execs confirmed that BioShock producer Ken Levine was still involved in the 2K Marin sequel, and hinted at the p
03.11.08 | News | Brandon Boyer |  
Army Of Two Invades UK Sales Charts
Electronic Arts? heavily advertised Army of Two has topped both the combined and individual format charts this week in the UK, with Bully: Scholarship Edition also performing well alongside Warhammer: 40,000: Dawn of War ? Soulstorm.
03.10.08 | News | David Jenkins |  
Take-Two Shareholders Reduce Investment
The two largest shareholders in Take-Two Interactive have reduced their stakes in the publisher and owner of Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar Games, as an apparent further example of shareholder unrest following EA?s proposed takeover.
03.10.08 | News | David Jenkins | 1 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Creates EA Buyout Severance Plan
Take-Two has reportedly created a severance plan to take care of employees who may be laid off in the event of an acquisition, following Electronic Arts' $1.9 billion buyout offer, a move apparently geared to alleviate employee anxiety ahead of the crucia
03.09.08 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
Saling The World: Army of Two Tops U.S. Charts, Yakuza 3 Leads Japan
Gamasutra's latest "Saling The World" charts see Army of Two and MLB 08: The Show debuting to top sales in North America, while the latest in Sega's Yakuza franchise, Ryu ga Gotoku Kenzan, tops charts in Japan.
03.06.08 | News | Danny Cowan |  

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