Submitted by Arai 882d ago | article

Danny Bilson: inside the rise and fall of THQ

The week before Danny Bilson left THQ in May 2012, he still had hope.

The outspoken former chief of Saints Row, Homefront and Darksiders finally breaks his silence. (Danny Bilson, Industry, PC, PS3, PS4, THQ, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Chapter11  +   881d ago
I'm sure lying about hiring John Milus to write Homefront didn't help things
coldfly  +   881d ago
Milius did work on Homefront until he fell ill with a stroke. He was in the studio half a dozen times and consulted on the overall fiction as well as the detailed story flow of the opening and the "white phosphorus" level. The opening is his dialogue.

Those are the facts.

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