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Submitted by GreenRanger 611d ago | news

The Future Is Bright For WWE Video Games Despite THQ

A couple of weeks ago, we here at Rant Sports reported the filing of Chapter 11 that THQ submitted for bankruptcy. As all wrestling fans know, THQ is the video game company that creates the annual games that come out late in the year. Just recently, WWE 13 was released in October and has been a hit since. When the news broke about THQ filing for bankruptcy, many video game fans and especially wrestling fans were worried about the future of WWE gaming. According to the details of the bankruptcy ruling, WWE video games has very little to worry about. (Industry, THQ)

Godchild1020  +   611d ago
I hope this means we will see WWE 13 on more than 3 platforms next year. I'm happy THQ is safe and I hope they recover enough to buy back their independence from being bought by another publisher.

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