Double Fine’s radical hits.
Will Stranger Things 3: The Game join their ranks?
The GameRevolution Radio team wants answers in this week’s video podcast.
For those looking for a more traditional Zelda-style game.
THQ Nordic wants to own everything.
Fantasy, thievery, and derring-do
No longer in the dark.
RPG hero, meet nameless unit.
Rescued from THQ purgatory, the 3rd Person MMO shooter is shaping up solidly.
Given the game was sold in bankruptcy, that figure is Brian Boitano-worthy.
The last of THQ’s assets have found happy homes across the game industry. Nordic Games scored quite a few good ones.
We know they can make a lot of guns and lovably loud-mouthed robots, but will the maker of Borderlands 2 give players the Homeworld experience they want?
THQ’s yearly money-maker smelled what the stock was cooking a long time ago, but since I’ve exhausted all of my wrestling lingo, you’ll have to learn more inside.
It’s business as usual for the Crytek guys at Nottingham studio thanks to their acquisition of the IP.
THQ Montreal has had an unannounced IP in the works and Ubisoft has every intention of seeing that project through to completion.