THQ is rising from the ashes, as one of their main buyers, Nordic Games, rebrands to THQ Nordic.
Way back in 2012 however, video game publisher THQ went belly-up, cursing the uDraw all the way to the bank when they filed bankruptcy. THQ had a number of projects in the works however, one of which was an Avengers game that was inspired by Marvel’s upcoming big budget Avengers movie.
If you love the idea of digital dudes beating the living snot out of each other, you’ll probably be excited to learn that there’s a new UFC game on the way.
Will Guillermo Del Toro ever manage to work on a game that doesn’t go belly-up with the publishers? Once again, the answer to that is a very definite “maybe”.
Darksiders 2 is the latest game to get remastered in preparation for a new title; that’s how it’s done these days.
Darksiders II is getting a remaster – but is a out of love for the fans or a simple cash grab?
Gearbox is still working away at a remastered version of Relic Entertainemnet’s classic 3D RTS, Homeworld. Here’s how it’s shaping up.
Here’s what’s happened with THQ’s offices since the publisher filed for bankruptcy in 2012.
One detective game with a supernatural edge that sounds great was being developed by People Can Fly back in 2006. Pity it got cancelled.
We went hands-on with Left 4 Dead developer Trutle Rock’s exciting new co-op shooter, Evolve. It’s really, really good.
Warhammer 40 000: Space Marine was an action game that was supposed to spearhead a trilogy of games, but those plans were cancelled. Here’s what the seuqles would have done.
THQ has risen from the ashes…to sue EA and UFC’s parent company, Zuffa.