Good news for Take-Two as Duke Nukem Forever turns a profit
Take-Two has enjoyed a pretty positive start this year with even the much-maligned Duke Nukem Forever turning a profit.
The parent of Rockstar and 2K announced a very promising results based on Duke Nukem Forever making money and LA Noire selling 4 million copies worldwide.
Their financials were also helped by NBA 2K11 shifting 5.5 million copies and Red Dead Redemption breaking the 11 million sales barrier.
CEO Strauss Zelnick promised good things coming, hinting at some unannounced big games as well: "Looking ahead to fiscal year 2013, we have already announced three exciting new releases: BioShock Infinite, Spec Ops: The Line, and Borderlands 2, and we have a very strong pipeline of yet-to-be announced titles in development."
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