Take-Two delays “unnamed” AAA game

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 3 December 2009 22:55 GMT

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Take-Two has, apparently, delayed the release of an “unnamed AAA title” according to its Q4 fiscal call to investors.

CEO Ben Feder would not comment on what the game is, what it entails, or what the hell it’s related to.

Just so you know that there’s one out there, only you can’t have it yet.

Start speculating now.

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