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The Texas-based developer was the highest bidder for the space-set real-time strategy series. And you'll never guess who picked up Darksiders.
If you've been saving your money in the hopes of buying the Destroy All Humans! franchise, you'd better get those last few dollars quick.
The publisher has entered into an agreement to take over the license from THQ.
The Darksiders franchise still hasn't gone up for auction yet, however.
After 23 years and dozens upon dozens of games, Alex says goodbye to one of the industry's most intriguing publishers, and takes a long, hard look at how its former properties may prosper down the road.
A short week comes to a close with your usual dose of weird games you ought to play, articles you might want to read, and plenty of other nonsense.
Jeff Gerstmann goes over some of the latest financial news, which sees Atari filing Chapter 11 and THQ on its way out.
Several major properties are scooped up by other publishers, though a few are left holding the bag.
Not exactly the most fun news to be dealing with in the new year.
After the financially strapped publisher's last minute bid for bankruptcy was held up by complaints from creditors, THQ agrees to auction its assets to individual bidders.
A "stalking horse bidder" has taken over the financially strapped publisher, and all of its currently owned studios. Jason Rubin comments on the bankruptcy process.
Get a whole slew of really terrific games for whatever you want to pay.
And the company doesn't sound like it's in very good financial shape, either.
Details on Madureira's "next big thing" to be revealed in the months ahead.
Key members of Darksiders and its recently released sequel look back at the highs and lows of this generation's surprising cult classic. Plus, watch footage from the first version of the game.
Unsurprising, given THQ's need for guaranteed hits in the coming months.
Bumpy road still ahead for the publisher, but good news is good news.
New president says there are no plans to stop making Darksiders games.
Company expects to spend $1.1 million on severance packages.
The WWE All Stars maker has been shuttered.
Co-creator of Naughty Dog, Crash Bandicoot and Jak & Daxter is THQ's new president.
Some major changes to THQ's lineup are afoot.
THQ and Vigil Games claim the short delay is for polishing and bug testing.
There's probably going to be a day when we report happy THQ news. This isn't that day.
uDraw may not have become the phenomenon THQ was hoping for, but that doesn't mean it didn't find an audience of appreciative owners.
uDraw was a complete bomb that has nearly sunk the fragile company.
Brian Farrell's golden parachute just got a tad less golden.
The company has until the end of July to move its stock past $1.00 per share.
There are now 3.8 million copies of Volition's latest floating around.
The publisher flatly denies a weekend rumor that had the publisher cancelling multiple major projects.
Patrice Désilets's replacement is not leaving to join him at THQ, however.
The UK arm of a German developer will develop the sequel to a game about North Korea invading North America. Got all that?
Publisher cites a "strategic re-alignment" as the cause, while also announcing the end of the MX vs. ATV franchise.
Assassin's Creed mastermind is about to enter THQ's greenlighting process.
The publisher whose souls still burns is taking issue with a few things.
Even though Kaos Studios is on the way out, it's still working on Homefront.
Homefront 2 now in the hands of THQ Montreal.
It's a shooter. It has multiplayer. And you won't be playing it until 2013.
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