20°
Submitted by NYC_Gamer 892d ago | interview

Interview: Jason Rubin Talks About THQ's Struggles And Final Days

GI:When Jason Rubin joined THQ less than a year ago, he was brought in to help the company with his years of experience crafting excellent games with Naughty Dog. Unfortunately, THQ could not be saved, leaving Rubin and the company with the difficult task of assessing options, filing for bankruptcy, and ultimately selling off the company's assets. In a candid interview, Rubin talks about his stewardship of the company and his firm belief that gamers will be blown away by some of the great titles THQ had waiting in the wings. (Culture, Jason Rubin)

NYC_Gamer  +   892d ago
It's sad that many are jobless because of THQ and their bad investments

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Android version of Chaos Dragon released today in Japan

13m ago - SEGA have released the Android version of the Chaos Dragon smartphone game. | Android
20°

This War of Mine: War Sucks - The Patch Game Club

29m ago - AH: Join us for Rooster Teeth's gaming book club. This week we played This War of Mine. Nex... | PC
Ad

A Light Discussion: An Interview with Ben Archer

Now - Ben Archer, VP of Bishop Games, discusses the start of their studio, the story of Light Fall, inspirations, and their plans for release. | Promoted post
20°

Final Fantasy VIII Need To Be Remade Too

44m ago - Final Fantasy VIII deserves a remake every bit as much as VII does. | PS4
30°

Catching the creepy crawlies! The best bug catching in video games

1h ago - Do you like catching bugs? That's weird. But if so, these games are perfect for you. | Nintendo DS
40°

Final Fantasy VII Remake Cannot Move Away from the Turn-Based Combat

1h ago - Contrary to popular belief among folks who have not played the original Final Fantasy VII, the ga... | PS4