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It’s taken a while, but all the leftover pieces of intellectual property once owned by THQ has now found a new home.
THQ will begin auctioning off the remainder of their properties shortly, with the hope that it will all be wrapped up by mid-May.
2K have announced that (although the terms of the finances have not be disclosed) they have entered into a mult-year deal with the WWE franchise to create a video game series.
It has been announced that Take-Two Interactive will publish future WWE wrestling games.
On The Dirtsheet this week, a new Zelda was officially announced as well as Wind Waker HD, Prince Harry plays FIFA and THQ sell their assets
Late yesterday evening, the results of the THQ IP/Studio auction were revealed, and it’s a sad day as it appears that THQ are pretty much no more.
Darksiders 2 hits the Wii U with all new GamePad functionality – but is it the definitive version?
Developer of Brutal Legend and Psychonauts, Double Fine, appear to be interested in some of THQ properties as we near the THQ auction.
The long-running decision over THQ’s future seems to be at an end, with Judge Mary Walrath ruling against the proposed sale to investment firm Clearlake (after multiple complaints from THQ creditors) it has been confirmed (source) that THQ have few options but to sell each IP
According to THQ’s European marketing director warns that their marketing for South Park: The Stick of Truth will turn some heads.
A new batch of screenshots for Metro: Last Light have appeared on its official Facebook page, despite THQ’s financial troubles.
The French publisher Ubisoft are keen on acquiring some of what THQ have to offer, according to MCV.
Struggling publisher THQ has filed for bankruptcy and has reportedly began the process of selling “substantially all of the assets”
Check out the new gameplay trailer for Metro: Last Light, coming in March 2013.
On The Dirtsheet this week, Ubisoft send out Assassin’s Creed surveys, Humble Bundle and THQ team up, and Nintendo Wii U launches in Europe.