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Submitted by Gekko 604d ago | news

THQ stock temporarily rebounds on Humble Bundle success

Troubled publisher THQ has finally seen some positive movement on the stock market following the success of its recent Humble Bundle.

The “pay what you want” offer saw gamers able to pick up the PC versions of Darksiders II, Metro 2033, Red Faction Armageddon and Company of Heroes, as well as its two add-ons Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor. (Industry, PC, Tag Invalid, THQ)

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Feralkitsune  +   604d ago
It wasn't Darksiders 2, it was Darksiders.

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