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Happy 2005!

From the staff here at GTANet I’d like to wish all of our visitors a happy new year. 2004 has been a great year for the network and all the fans with the run-up to the release of San Andreas and release of the long anticipated game. We look forward to a successful 2005 which will feature the release of both

Take-Two Q4 and Year End Conference Call Details

The fourth quarter and year end conference call for Take 2 Games was held earlier tonight, which revealed the sales numbers and success of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Take Two was very pleased with the performance of San Andreas, and considered the worldwide launch of San Andreas the “the key driver in the fourth quarter.” “We are incredibly proud at

Financial crisis? I think not.

Disappointing recent numbers put forth by Take-Two’s financial center leave market analysts looking toward the future for prosperity – namely, San Andreas. Two days ago, the New York Post published an article in the Business Section discussing Take2’s apparent financial decline after the success of its smash hit titles Grand Theft Auto 3 and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City the

Take Two Confirm E3 No-Show

Looks like we’ll have to wait until June for our first glimpse. It looks certain now that we won’t get to see San Andreas at this year’s E3. SPOnG.com is reporting that, through a conversation with Take Two, that there will definately be no GTA love at the exhibition. We’ll know for certain in a few days, when Take Two officially release

Take-Two Shares Continue to Drop

Take-Two Interactive Software, publishers of the Grand Theft Auto series, still having money troubles. 2 weeks ago news broke of their CEO leaving and a warning of a massive sales shortfall, and shares are still dropping. As reported, this is part of a general trend in the gaming industry. Take-Two is a large group of many developers, including Gathering of Developers, Talonsoft and