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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 586d 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  +   586d ago
It's sad that many are jobless because of THQ and their bad investments

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