|Industry||Video game industry|
|Founded||July 22, 2002|
|Defunct||December 18, 2003|
|Jamie Leece (president)|
Gotham Games was launched as a publishing label and subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive on July 22, 2002, with Take-Two Interactive's vice-president of publishing and business development, Jamie Leece, promoted to Gotham Games' president. At the time, Gotham Games was the third label for Take-Two Interactive, after Rockstar Games and Gathering of Developers, because of which Take-Two Interactive ceased publishing under their self-named label, citing a "global branding strategy".
At the May 2003 Electronic Entertainment Expo, Gotham Games announced that they were seeking new video game developers who were willing to have their game published by them. On December 18, 2003, Take-Two Interactive's chief executive officer, Jeffrey Lapin, announced that Gotham Games had been dissolved as part of a "larger internal re-organization".
|2002||Conflict: Desert Storm||GameCube, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Pivotal Games|
|Austin Powers Pinball||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation||Wildfire Studios|
|Spec Ops: Airborne Commando||PlayStation||Big Grub|
|2003||Big Strike Bowling||PlayStation||Coresoft|
|Piglet's Big Game||GameCube, PlayStation 2||Doki Denki Studio|
|Patriotic Pinball||PlayStation||Wildfire Studios|
|ATV Mania||PlayStation||Deibus Studios|
|The Great Escape||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Pivotal Games|
|Starsky & Hutch||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Mind's Eye Productions|
|Ford Truck Mania||PlayStation||Alpine Studios|
|Conflict: Desert Storm II||GameCube, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Pivotal Games|
|Celebrity Deathmatch||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Big Ape Productions|
|Ford Racing 2||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox||Razorworks|
|Dora the Explorer: Super Spies||Game Boy Advance||CinéGroupe|
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- Gestalt (July 23, 2002). "Take 2 label is dead". Eurogamer. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
- "Gotham Games Soliciting Games At E3". Gamasutra. May 5, 2003. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
- IGN Staff (May 5, 2003). "E3 2003: Gotham Seeks New Development". IGN. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
- Thorsen, Tor (December 19, 2003). "Gotham Games gone". GameSpot. Retrieved February 3, 2018.