It was, at least until nobody bought Vigil Games…
I’m afraid it all stops here, THQ is no more. Today marks the day that THQ was officially sold and auctioned off. The sales (if approved) will raise $70 million with $29 million of purchased assets reaming. The sales include Sega purchasing Relic, producers of Company of Heroes, Koch Media has agreed to purchase the Metro property and Volition,
Funny trailer is funny.
“Oh you didn’t know? Your ass better call somebody!” Yes that’s right THQ have released a new WWE title aptly titled WWE 13. As a fan I really feel that this time THQ have outdone themselves as they’ve brought back probably the best time to be a WWE fan by allowing
Tyson features in the upcoming WWE ’13 release. Here’s an interview with the ex-boxer.
It’s January 2010 and publishing giants THQ and Vigil Games have just launch the first Darksiders game to a generally positive reception. Fast-forward about two and a half years to today and after a million units sold, THQ and Vigil Games are now launching Darksiders II. So the story goes;
THQ give us Death’s side of the story.
In the final few weeks before launch, THQ release another “Behind the Mask” video.
THQ announce details on their new addition, “Tomes”.