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Gotham Games was an American video game publisher based in New York City, New York, United States of America. The studio was founded in 2002. The studio's main focus according to press releases was to publish budget-priced titles and licensed games.
In December 18, 2003, Take-Two Interactive CEO Jeffrey Lapin confirmed in a conference call that Gotham Games would close due to a larger internal re-organization at Take-Two Interactive. As part of the re-organization, Rockstar Games would remain Take Two Interactive's "source of premium content," PC-centric Gathering of Developers would further expand into "mid-range" console titles, and Global Star Software would remain the company's budget-priced publishing arm.