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Submitted by ChaosKnight 563d ago | news

Double Fine Interested in THQ Bankruptcy Filings

It’s now being reported that Tim Schaffer’s Double Fine has requested bankruptcy filings in the THQ case as well, leading to speculation that the publisher may be interested in acquiring one or more of THQ’s properties. (Double Fine, Industry, THQ)

BlackIceJoe  +   563d ago
De Blob would be a good fit with Double Fine. But I would prefer the original developers in Ronimo to pick up the game instead.

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