Take Two Adds Barbara KaczynskiJuly 27, 2004 Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO) announced today the appointment of Barbara A. Kaczynski to the Companys Board of Directors. Ms. Kaczynski was most recently Chief Financial Officer of the National Football League (NFL) and has experience with media, entertainment, advertising and technology companies. Ms. Kaczynski will chair Take-Twos Audit Committee and assumes an important role as an independent director and financial expert as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Richard Roedel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "We are very pleased to have Barbara join our Board. With her knowledge of current financial requirements and corporate governance trends, I am confident she will make significant contributions to Take-Two. We look forward to working with Barbara and benefiting from her expertise and insight." As Chief Financial Officer of the NFL, Ms. Kaczynski directed the operations of the finance, treasury, budgeting, planning, internal audit and information technology organizations of the NFL, reporting directly to Commissioner Paul Tagliabue. In her capacity as Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Kaczynski played an integral role in supporting the activities of the NFLs Finance and Audit Committees. These activities included developing financial strategies and advising the NFLs executive guiding bodies on financial and governance matters. Prior to the NFL, Ms. Kaczynski held several senior financial positions as Chief Financial Officer at Netpliance, Inc.; Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer at Adsmart Corporation, a subsidiary of CMGI, Inc.; and Vice President of Finance and Controller for Time, Inc., where she spent almost 10 years. Ms. Kaczynski, a CPA, began her career at Price Waterhouse in New York and earned an MBA in Finance from New York Universitys Stern School of Business Administration. The addition of Barbara Kaczynski to the Take-Two Board increases the number of directors to eight, including six independent directors and two Take-Two senior executives.