Take-Two CEO Hints at More BioShock and Red Dead Redemption

Take-Two CEO Hints at More BioShock and Red Dead Redemption - 2014-05-30 12:02:41

Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick had nothing but good news for gamers today at the Cowen & Company Analyst Conference when he discussed 2K’s highly selective release strategy and announced a steady future for many of 2K’s key franchises, including Grand Theft Auto, Borderlands, NBA, Red Dead Redemption, and BioShock.

He started with a discussion about 2K’s release schedule, emphasizing quality over quantity.

“The risk [of releasing multiple games] is that you end up just bulking up your release schedule, and that isn’t really what consumers want. Consumers want better, not more,” he said. “So our selective approach which we’ve taken since ’07 I think has paid off. Now, we have gotten more by taking that approach; we’ve launched one new successful franchise ever year, and I would like to keep doing that particularly because I talk about permanent franchise, but not everything is going to be a permanent franchise.”

He pointed to GTA, Borderlands, and Red Dead in particular, saying that “it seems obvious that Red Dead is a permanent franchise.”

Zelnick later spoke of the BioShock franchise, claiming that there’s still more to explore with the franchise and that BioShock “is important and something that we’re focused on; something 2K Marin will be responsible for shepherding going forward.”

No further details about whether or not these games are currently in development were revealed, but it’s safe to assume that eventual installments to both franchises are forthcoming and have probably been discussed within Rockstar and 2K Marin respectively. Here’s hoping we learn more about both franchises soon.



NBA 2K14 player ratings surfacing

NBA 2K14 player ratings surfacing

LeBron James is number one.

According to 2K Games, the Miami Heat superstar is the best player on the court today, surpassing the likes of Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony. The feuds can begin now.

Ronnie2K and LD2K, two major names in the 2K community have confirmed the following list of players and their ratings released by 2K Games. Strangely, Kobe Bryant and Dwayne Wade are not on the list at the moment.


  • LeBron James – 99

  • Kevin Durant – 94

  • Carmel Anthony – 92

  • Russell Westbrook – 91

  • Paul George – 88

  • John Wall – 85

  • Monta Ellis – 82

  • Brook Lopez – 81

  • Pau Gasol – 81

  • Roy Hibbert – 81

  • Anthony Bennett – 76

  • Evan Turner – 76

  • Victor Oladipo – 76

  • Jared Dudley – 73

  • Ben McLemore 72

  • Nerlens Noel – 72

  • Cody Zeller – 68

  • Peyton Siva – 67

  • Chris Johnson – 66


NBA 2K14 is set to release on Oct. 2.


Source: gameranx.com