Take 2 subsidiary, Rockstar Games, has announced that it will be releasing an Xbox version of its highly controversial riot-em-up State of Emergency later this year.
"We are very pleased with the significant market share gains our publishing labels experienced during the first quarter of fiscal 2002," said Kelly Sumner, CEO of Take-Two Interactive. "We have clearly established Rockstar Games as a leading industry brand focused on delivering innovative gameplay to consumers. We look forward to extending our existing brands and the development of new brands in the balance of 2002 and continuing into 2003."
The company also said that it would be releasing a Game Boy Advance version of the highly acclaimed Grand Theft Auto 3, also slated for a 2002 release.