THQ is apparently no more; the publisher has reportedly been broken up with its many upcoming games and development studios bought by a number of different companies.
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A new article on the development of the 2011 FPS Homefront and the shut down of its team at Kaos Studios puts the blame on the team's leadership for its failure.
THQ announced today that Crytek will develop the next game in its Homefront first person shooter series with a projected release date sometime in 2013 or early 2014.
I So Team Fortress 2 is now a free-to-play games with a microtransaction business model. Kind of makes paying for a $60 game seem a bit silly doesn't it? Rockstar Games has announced that it will...
Duke Nukem Forever may be getting mixed reviews at best, but hey, at least it will be in stores in the US tomorrow. Ponder that while we go over some more gaming news. THQ announced today...
Only three months after the release of its heavily hyped first person shooter Homefront, its publisher THQ has announced that it will shut down the game's main developer, New York City-based Kaos Studios. Gamasutra reports...
The OnLive streaming game service decided not to wait until E3 2011 next week to make a number of major announcements. The service, which officially launched here in the US close to a year ago,...
THQ today became the first publicly traded third party game publisher to report its earnings for the quarter that ended on March 31. Overall THQ brought in Non-GAAP revenues of $248.6 million, in line with...