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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...

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November 8, 2011 at 5:30PM
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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....

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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....

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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 ...

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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...

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