Take-Two Interactive recently released its financial figures for the second quarter of the 2012 fiscal year, boasting "better-than-expected" net revenue of $107 million. That figure -- driven largely by L.A. Noire and MLB 2K11 sales -- pales in comparison to the company's $245 million in earnings...
November 8th 2011 at 5:30pm
After the break, you can watch the last three outs of a perfect game pitched in MLB 2K11 by a gamer named Michael Manna, who also happens to be known as professional wrestler Stevie Richards. Manna posted the video on YouTube hoping to win 2K Sports' $1 million perfect game contest, but he's been...
Some might find the latest trailer for MLB 2K11's million-dollar perfect game challenge to be "cute." We don't agree, seeing as how it focuses mostly on Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay, known robot-monster who sustains himself only on the tears and crushed hopes of loveable, Ohio-based ball clubs.
March 3rd 2011 at 11:45am
Heeeey, batter, batter, batter, batter, sa-wing batter. Andre Agassi, Agassi, Agassi, sa-wing racket. (Translation: The MLB 2K11 and Top Spin 4 demos are now available on the Xbox Live Marketplace.)
As far as we can tell by the recently released comparison shots for MLB 2K11 -- posted in the gallery below -- the game's undergone two aesthetic improvements since last year. First: Everything looks way, way better. Second: Brian Wilson's crazybeard has experienced a truly prodigious thickening.
February 12th 2011 at 7:30pm
2K Sports sent out this Major League Baseball 2K11 video, presumably to encourage players to try to throw perfect games of their own. We think it's pretty inspirational! Well, combined with the promise of a million dollars, anyway.
January 23rd 2011 at 3:30pm
We've never been more excited about Take-Two's annual MLB 2K challenge, which offers a million bucks to the first person to pitch a perfect game in the newest iteration of the series (MLB 2K11 in today's announcement). It's not just the money -- though that's obviously interesting for Xbox 360 and...
January 7th 2011 at 10:15am
Having tossed only the twentieth perfect game in baseball -- ever -- this past season and tacking on twenty more regular season wins, not to mention recording only the second no-hitter in post-season history (in his first post-season game), Phillies ace Roy Halladay has earned himself the cover spo...
November 15th 2010 at 3:00pm