In what could be an astounding chain of events, Take Two has announced they have bought Electronic Arts. Not disclosing any details of the transaction, Take Two interim CEO Benjamin Feder is hailed as a mastermind of negotiation.
“This isn’t some herbal supplement we’ve got here.” elaborated Chairman of the Board Strauss Zelnick. “This is real Earl Grey tea. None of that flavored stuff you get at some knock-off Trader Joes kind of place.”
The new company will be named TTEA – pronounced “Tuh-tee.”
You can expect to see a lot more games based on tea, starting with the spin-off of the Grand Theft Auto series, GTeA.
GTeA follows a know-nothing Eastern-European criminal that makes his way to the top of the tea industry, finding out the best way to make tea. Platforms announced are the PS3 and 360. The Wii will also be getting its own delightful version of GTeA called GTeAWii in which you can actually stir the tea before giving it to your gangster friends.
Merchandising for GTeA will include a special brand of Tea, aptly named, GTeA. One teabag of actual GTeA will come with each copy of the GTeA game, with whole packages being sold exclusively through Amazon.com.
“We feel that giving the user the ability to experience the tea that they see, hear, and make in the game is important to the synergy of the game and this merger,” newly appointed Chief of Tea John Riccitiello.
Commenting on the merger between Take Two, EA, and his new appointing in the corporate structure at TTEA, John Ricciteiello is “glad to finally be able to focus on what my life has really been all about — tea. I hate all that money talk, what’s it all matter if you can’t get a good cup of tea at the end of the day? I’ll make sure that every employee at TTEA gets the tea they deserve, as Chief of Tea.”
In the coming weeks, the board of TTEA will re-evaluate every single product that has begun development in the past year to refocus on making their games more “tea-oriented.”
“It’s unfortunate that so many games will be released before we are able to re-evaluate the value of releasing games that do not have anything to do with tea, but rest assure that BioShock 2 will be all about rescuing a crate of tea from the hands of that Colombian guy with the donkey who shows up in your window randomly and makes people drink evil coffee. Oops, I didn’t just give away the story did I?” Strauss Zelnick stated at the press conference.
As a result of the announcement, Activision Blizzard has shown no remorse in the affability of the new mega-corporation’s name, simply stating “Ours is worse.”