Out of Hell 23 May 2012

They didn't get to make their own news
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1. Take-Two Interactive has reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2012, and provided its financial outlook for the first quarter and fiscal year 2013:
- Max Payne 3 for PS3/Xbox 360 sold-in approximately 3 million units during its initial launch (May 15th).
- NBA 2K13 will be launched on October 2, 2012.
- XCOM was delayed to Fiscal Year 2014.

2. EA and BioWare have announced that Mass Effect Infiltrator, previously released for iOS, is now available for Android mobile devices. Mass Effect Infiltrator for Android allows players to explore a fully-realized Cerberus base and unleash a full suite of gear, weapons, and biotic powers to tear your enemies to shreds, all while gathering valuable intel for the Galaxy at War to boost your overall Galactic Readiness rating in Mass Effect 3.

3. Disney Mobile and Disney Consumer Products (DCP) habe announced that the first line of merchandise based on Disney's mobile game, Where's My Water?, extends the story of Swampy the Alligator, Disney’s first original character for mobile, and includes an impressive line-up of licensees and retailers, including Hasbro, JAKKS Pacific/CDI, and Toys'R'Us. The Where’s My Water? merchandise line also features Cranky, Swampy's reluctant friend and the alpha-male of the group, and Allie, the female alligator who humors Swampy's attempts to bring human culture to alligators.

4. Xfire has announced it has secured an additional $3 million in funding to continue its expansion into Asian territories. Led by Singapore-based firm IDM Venture Capital, the latest influx of financing comes shortly after Xfire’s recently announced partnership with CHINA YOUTH GOYOR TECHNOLOGY (BEIJING) CO., LTD., which is bringing the company’s service to more than 400 million gamers in Asia. The investment from IDM Venture Capital, a venture capital firm investing in early- to mid-stage interactive digital media companies, is expected to be part of a larger funding round.