Destroy All Humans is a re-release of an old PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 game. As such it’s about what you’d expect, now with supped-up graphics and sound for extra alien destruction. All the crazy humor remains solidly inside the game, though that may be a bit of an acquired taste.
Just as great as the original 2010 title, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition also offers a rich ride-along with one of the badass horseman of the apocalypse. The remastered version brings better graphics and few new features to the front for an even better hardcore slasher.
THQ Nordic today announced that Red Faction, critically acclaimed for its GeoMod engine, has been emulated for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and is now available for download for $14.99. When Red Faction made its debut on PlayStation 2 in 2001, it quickly won over discerning shooter fans eager to blow up their game environment, in real time, ultimately changing their overall game experience. In Red Faction, a revolution has begun on Mars, and you are at the forefront. As part of a rebellious organization known as Red Faction, you must battle through 20 levels that feature deep seas, … Continue reading Classic Red Faction Remade, Released for PlayStation 4
THQ Nordic announced that asset purchase agreements with Mobile Gaming Studios Ltd. and Enigma Software Productions S.L. have been closed. Here is an extract of the acquired franchises and brands: • Sphinx (and the Cursed Mummy); Mobile Gaming Studios Ltd. • War Leaders: Clash of Nations (Enigma Software Productions S.L.) • Legends of War (Enigma Software Productions S.L.) Lars Wingefors, founder and Group CEO, comments, “These are not financially material acquisitions, but due to our love for these types of games they were natural acquisition targets that add up to our portfolio. Moreover, we also got a lot of messages … Continue reading THQ Nordic Acquires Three New Game Properties
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