SANTA MONICA, Calif.--Take-Two Interactive carries the distinction of having in its portfolio a few of the most sought after titles at this year's E3 Media & Business Summit. While gamers the world over are eagerly awaiting new details on the publisher's sure-to-be-controversial Grand Theft Auto IV from its Rockstar Games division, many more are interested in titles from Take-Two's other studios. Today the publisher outlined its E3 lineup for its 2K Games and 2K Sports labels.
Besides outlining the labels' offerings, the announcement revealed that Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution will be coming to the Wii and Nintendo DS. Previously only confirmed for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and "portables," the game marks the acclaimed world-building series' debut on next-generation consoles and handhelds. No version for the PlayStation Portable was listed as either being at the show or being available when the game hits US stores next spring.
2K will be showing the well-reviewed first-person action adventure The Darkness on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It will be displayed alongside one of the most anticipated titles at this year's event, Irrational Games' BioShock. Awarded top honors by GameSpot at E3 2006, the dynamic first-person shooter will be shown on the Xbox 360 and PC.
2K Sports has an equally slim, but no-less-anticipated lineup of games on offer. Releasing later this month, 2K's all-star reentry to the gridiron, All-Pro Football 2K8, will be shown on both the 360 and PS3. 2K will also be dropping the puck on NHL 2K8 for the 360, PS3, and PS2.
For more coverage on Take-Two's offerings, stay tuned to GameSpot's complete E3 coverage.