Posts Tagged THQ
Darksiders originally going to be 4-player co-op, Vigil still want to do it
In a recent interview with IncGamers, Darksiders 2 lead designer Haydn Dalton said that the team had initially wanted the first Darksiders to be a four player co-op game.
Darksiders 2 is looking better than expected [Preview]
I’ve now played Darksiders 2 on a number of occasions, the most recent being last week.
Company of Heroes 2 aiming for “as low as possible” PC specs
PC gaming is great. It’s diverse, it’s high quality and – contrary to what some believe – it’s incredibly healthy and full of players.
Company of Heroes 2’s ‘ColdTech’ acts as a second enemy
As part of Relic Entertainment’s drive to make Company of Heroes 2 as authentic as it can be, weather is dynamically simulated using a ‘ColdTech’ system.
Relic: Original Company of Heroes yet to be bettered
The original Company of Heroes is a pretty good RTS game.
Company of Heroes 2 [Preview] – Surviving General Winter
Relic Games and publisher THQ are clearly worried about confusing us about their intent with Company of Heroes 2.
THQ avoid Nasdaq delisting, recovery continues
THQ is going through some rough times right now, but today it has received some much needed good news.
Former EA Canada head hired as THQ production executive
THQ president Jason Rubin has hired Ron Moravek as the publisher’s executive vice president of production.
SUMTHING ELSE MUSIC WORKS ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF DARKSIDERS® II ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK
ORIGINAL SCORE BY BAFTA AWARD-WINNING COMPOSER JESPER KYD TWO-DISC SET NOW AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER, IN STORES AUGUST 14
New York – July 20th, 2012 – Sumthing Else Music Works proudly presents DARKSIDERS® II Original Soundtrack featuring Jesper Kyd’s highly anticipated original music score from the upcoming action/adventure video game title DARKSIDERS II developed by THQ’s in-house studio Vigil Games™.
Wrestle with this Steve Austin special edition of WWE ’13
One of WWE’s most famous faces, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, will be lending his image to a special edition of THQ’s WWE ’13.
THQ financials reveal cancelled UFC title
One of the few surprises of E3 2012 was EA’s on-stage reveal that it now owned the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) license; a series that had previously belonged to THQ.