Tag: 2K Games

E3 2012: 2K Games Round-up

XCOM: Enemy Unknown is back looking better than ever and crash lands on your Xbox 360, PS3 or PC from 12 October. Spec Ops: The Line has now had two player co-op added to its content.  The co-op will be available to everyone who purchases the game as DLC shortly after the games 26 June release. This co-op content will…

XCOM FPS further delayed

2K’s XCOM FPS has been delayed again.  According to publisher Take Two’s quarterly financial report, it will now launch some time between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2014. It was originally due for release this fiscal year and no reason was given for the delay.  Those craving their XCOM fix (like me) can always while away the wait with…

XCOM: Enemy Unknown dated

The reboot of the classic strategy game (ie. not the first person shooter remake) – XCOM: Enemy Unknown – has been dated by 2K Games, who have also revealed a PC only special edition. XCOM: Enemy Unknown will release in North America on 9 October and internationally on 12 October for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. A $59 special edition…

Analysts Suggest GTA V May be Launched in October This Year

Take-Two Interactive wholly owns both 2k Games and Rockstar Games, so both Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite and Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V will be published under the banner. GamesIndustryBiz report that analysts believe that the Bioshock Infinite delay could be a strategic one by the gaming giant. Analyst believe that the Bioshock delay could be to pave the way for the release of Grand Theft…

2K Games Backs ‘Press Principles’ | Zombiegamer Editorial

This latest story doing the rounds really impressed me with 2K Games. If you missed it, Examiner reported on the PR firm that was canned by 2K because of some ‘choice’ tweets from the firm aimed at game journalists and blogs that gave Duke Nukem Forever really bad reviews, or were “venomous” with their reviews. One would think 2K would welcome anyone trying to defend a brand of theirs against bad press, but not so, they apparently stand for fair play when it comes to the subject of reviews.