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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 564d ago | opinion piece

THQ Assets Mock Draft: Who Should Buy What and Why

Go-Critic: THQ had a complicated and fascinating 2012. From almost being de-listed from the NASDAQ twice, to their eventual Chapter 11 application, the end was almost inevitable. How it got this far is up to debate. Some blame the poor sales of big license games, while others blame the Udraw debacle. Either way, their creditors have their hands out, and selling off their assets in a public auction is the only way to solve this issue. (Industry, THQ)

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