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GTA 5 Becomes The Best-Selling Game Ever; Huge Layoffs Hit Telltale - GS News Roundup

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Grand Theft Auto V Is The Best Selling Game Of All Time (In The US)

Hoo boy! Take-Two’s financial briefing happened today, and among other things, they revealed that Grand Theft Auto V, a game that originally came out in 2013, is still doing great things for the company. They also said some very interesting things about their microtransaction revenue--get all the details in today’s episode!

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Telltale Games Hit By Significant Layoffs

In sad news, the developer responsible for the huge resurgence of narrative-driven adventure games--like The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Batman, Back To The Future, Sam & Max, Tales of Monkey Island, oh man and the list goes on--has been hit with some big staff cuts. We share the reasons behind it in the video.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Announced

If you love JRPGs and Nintendo consoles, chances are you care very much about the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on Nintendo Switch. Well, its DLC season pass was just announced and with it came some bonus news about new Legend of Zelda DLC! Tune in to find out more!

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