Michael’s back with the first RPG to be released on the N64 in the US for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s Quest 64!
After purchasing most of the assets of THQ when it went out of business, Nordic Games is now rebranding itself as THQ Nordic to show its commitment to those titles and properties. The following press release explains the situation. Normally we would rewrite it, but in this case, we think the original text shows the flavor of the company. Text of Announcement: It all started out in Sweden in 2008 as a mini-venture to self-publish such illustrious titles like Dance Party Club Hits, Kart Racer and Truck Racer (just to name a few) on PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii. The following year, … Continue reading Nordic Games Reincorporates to THQ Nordic
Michael’s back with a game he got for free way back when Darksiders first launched for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s Red Faction Guerilla!
Michael’s back with a game that was pretty bad, but he couldn’t help find funny for this week’s Retro Game Friday!
Michael’s back with one of the unsung games from the last generation that was decent for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to unleash your rage with Darksiders!
Michael’s back with the game that introduced environmental destruction to video games for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to break into Red Faction!
Koch Media, a leading independent producer and marketer of digital entertainment products in Europe and North America, announced today that it has secured the intellectual property rights for two of the most popular and successful THQ franchises, Metro and Saints Row, as well as Chicago-based development studio, Volition, as THQ continues to liquidate its assets in closed auctions this week. Deep Silver, Koch Media’s international publishing powerhouse, will lead all further development and marketing on the Saints Row and Metro franchises, each of which boast millions of units sold worldwide and vast, dedicated fan bases. ‘Koch Media welcomes the addition … Continue reading Deep Silver Gets Metro, Saints Row, Volition Studio From Bankrupt THQ
For a while it looked like bankrupt publisher THQ would sell its entire company to Clearwater Capital, but investors blocked that plan. Now instead, according to Distressed Debt Investing, each individual game property will be auctioned off separately on January 22. This will give THQ’s creditors more of a chance to make up more money than the general sale probably would have, with other publishers bidding against each other for the cream of the THQ crop. It could also give fans of games such as Saints Row, Metro and Homefront the chance to see their games live on in new … Continue reading All THQ Game Properties To Be Sold Off
The power of the WWE universe comes to life in WWE 13, offering players white hot ground pounding action. This is as close as you can get without medical treatment.
Relic Entertainment takes you to the forgotten theatre of World War II in the debut trailer for the award winning Company of Heroes 2. Publishers: THQ Developers: Relic Platforms: PC