Take-Two Interactive-American publisher, developer and distributor of computer games. Take-Two fully owns the companies 2K Games and Rockstar Games. Headquartered in New York, USA, and headquartered in Windsor, United Kingdom. Developer's studios are in San Diego, Vancouver, Toronto and Austin, Texas. Take-Two developed and published many famous game series, including Grand Theft Auto, Serious Sam, Midnight Club, Manhunt, Hidden And Dangerous, Vietcong, Mafia and BioShock. The company also acted as publisher of the game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in 2006.Take-Two was the goal of absorption by Electronic Arts in February 2008. The offer to buy the company expired on August 18, 2008, and, according to the Take-Two agreement, will not be renewed. However, according to CNET, the two companies entered into confidential discussions on August 25, 2008 .Also, even at the company's founding, Take-Two was engaged in the filming and development of FMV games. The results were released in 1996 Ripper and in 1998 Black Dahlia. The latter was published by Interplay, and it became the record holder in terms of the number of compact discs (8 pieces in one box with the game), overtaking the popular in the 90's 7-disk Phantasmagoria. In both games, famous movie actors were hired, in contrast to competitors who usually hire little-known actors in their games.