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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 08:19am 25/05/11 | 0 Comments
During an earnings call this today, Take-Two revealed a few things about their forthcoming line-ups, which most notably pushed Yager's Spec Ops: The Line back to fiscal year 2013 (which means it could still ship in 2012), and reminded us that Agent and Max Payne 3, two titles on their way from the uber-performing Rockstar, were "still in development", but no other specifics were given.

The slow media crawl that is the Rockstar MO for debuting their games has begun on Max Payne 3 with a recent release of a few screenshots here and there, but when you look at how long it took for the critically acclaimed L.A. Noire to reach us, we could be waiting quite a while for the fat-bellied Max to finally come out guns 'a blazing.

The call also assured investors XCOM would make its March 31, 2012 release date and that BioShock Infinite would release in 2012.



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