Sales for Take-Two's most recent quarter were dominated by the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 - amounting to 93 per cent of the publisher's revenues, up from 44 per cent last year.
49 Per cent of revenue was from Xbox 360 games, 44 from PlayStation 3 titles, compared to 32 and 12 per cent respectively for the same period in 2009.
Wii revenues plummeted from 16 per cent for the quarter ending July 31 last year to 1 per cent in the most recent quarter - a marginal figure also claimed by PSP and DS, down from 10 and 4 per cent respectively. PC dropped from 14 to 4 per cent.
While the publisher had published very few Wii or handheld games in recent months, much of the change in figures speaks to the financial burden shouldered by Red Dead Redemption, as well as catalogue sales of Borderlands and Grand Theft Auto IV.
During an investor call which accompanied the financials, Take-Two also expressed its pride in Mafia II, and insisted it believed the game would turn a profit, despite analyst Michael Pachter's predictions to the contrary.
"We're very proud of the game," said Take-Two chief executive Ben Feder, going on to call 2K Czech an "extremely talented studio."
"Based upon the initial launch, we expect this to be another profitable title for Take-Two," he concluded.
Feder was also keen to dismiss the ramifications of delays to the publisher's properties, after investors expressed concerns about LA Noire slipping into 2011.
"Red Dead Redemption took down any number of titles that were on budget and on time," he said, "We always strive for predictability... but if a title needs more time we're willing to give it.
"We serve no wine before its time."
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