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THQ, It's Not So Bad

Posted on Friday, February 3 @ 16:18:53 PST by

Yes, we all know that THQ has been through a rough patch, what with layoffs to the left, low stock prices to the right, and budget cuts all around, backwards and forwards. But you know what? It's not really the developer's fault - it's the management's fault. They invested far too much into the uDraw tablet and diverted their eyes away from their already successful titles. Stop stifling your staff's creativity and

If you look at their future lineup, they have little to worry about: UFC Undisputed 3, South Park: The Game, Darksiders II, Metro: Last Light, WWE Brawl, inSANE, and Homefront 2. Maybe some of them won't sell as well as they would want, but their WWE and UFC titles are bound to sell in ridiculous quantities. I'm willing to bet that South Park will too. And Saints Row: The Third was one of my favorite games last year.

So, you see? You still have unfinished business. You may be down, but you're not out. Just let yourself succeed, and you'll be fine.
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