Jeffrey Grubb: ''It doesn’t seem that long ago that we heard whispering that THQ was working with Left 4 Dead developer Turtle Rock Studios on a new game called Evolve. That publisher expected the game to sell around four million copies and bring in over $120 million in revenue.
Then the bankruptcy court forced THQ to auction off its assets. Sega paid $26.6 million for Company of Heroes developer Relic, Ubisoft bought new studio THQ Montreal for $2.5 million, and publisher Take Two bid $11 million for the rights to Turtle Rock Studio’s Evolve.
The second-highest bid for Evolve was for $250,000 from Turtle Rock itself.''