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Shacknews - Andrew Yoon
Nordic Games has picked up most of THQ's remaining IPs. The bankrupt publisher sold its biggest names at an auction earlier this year. Its remaining assets were bundled up, with Nordic Games the big winner.
For $4.9 million, the company has acquired Darksiders, Red Faction, MX vs ATV, "Other Owned Software," and "Other Licensed Software." Some noteworthy titles in those bundles include Destroy All Humans, Supreme Commander, Marvel Super Hero Squad, Frontlines, and Full Spectrum Warrior.
"First and foremost we are very happy about this deal which also turns over a new leaf for the entire Nordic Games Group," Nordic Games CEO Lars Wingefors said in a press release. "In the long term, we either want to cooperate with the original creators or best possible developers in order to work on sequels or additional content for these titles," he added. (The original creators of the Darksiders IP attempted to buy the rights from THQ, and failed.)
The publisher has also launched a new forum to discuss the company's newly-acquired games.
In addition, the Drawn to Life games were picked up by publisher 505 Games.
Shacknews - Xav de Matos
Starting today until November 1, THQ is offering discounts on its catalog of titles available on Steam. Each day will highlight a new title, or franchise, beginning today with Red Faction.
Gamers looking to add additional carnage to their Steam library can grab any of the available games in the Red Faction universe for 75% off each.
- Red Faction - $2.49 (down 75% from $9.99)
- Red Faction 2 - $2.49 (down 75% from $9.99)
- Red Faction Guerrilla - $4.99 (down 75% from $14.99)
Apr 27, 2010
Shacknews - Chris Faylor
As the relationship between cable television network Syfy (formerly Sci Fi Channel) and video game publisher THQ continues to blossom, Syfy has revealed plans to bring another of THQ's video game franchises to television in the form of Red Faction.
The explosive video games, set amidst the volatile political landscape of Mars, are to be transformed into a two-hour movie that will air on Syfy. According to Broadcasting & Cable, the movie will also serve a...