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Recently, enough top-performing CAPS investors have turned bullish on Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ:TTWO) to upgrade it from its middling three-star rank to a more crowd-pleasing four stars. Nearly 700 investors have weighed in with an opinion on Take-Two, with many including detailed analysis and commentary on their recent optimism.

Certainly, the multiple buyout offers from fellow game maker Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:ERTS) have Take-Two investors encouraged. But the company's recent release of Grand Theft Auto IV has been flying off the shelves faster than any previous installment. With more than 6 million copies of the game already keeping Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox 360 and Sony's (NYSE:SNE) Playstation 3 game consoles humming 24/7, investors feel that even better offers for Take-Two may be coming.

Success at the company isn't tied just to this controversial game series -- Take-Two recently signed a deal with Universal Pictures, a subsidiary of GE (NYSE:GE) and Vivendi, to make a movie version of its critically acclaimed game BioShock. As the hits keep coming, investors see no reason why a company currently towering over other struggling game publishers like Midway (NYSE:MWY) and THQ (NASDAQ:THQI) should not be afforded a higher premium. Little wonder, then, that nearly 92% of the 696 CAPS players rating Take-Two believe it will outperform the market going forward.

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