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Sega claiming $941,000 from THQ over Company of Heroes 2 preorders

GS:Publisher files motion claiming $941,710.93 over Steam preorders for real-time strategy game after THQ bankruptcy.

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NYC_Gamer1178d ago

THQ can't even catch a break in death

B-radical1178d ago

Microsoft should of purchased thq ;)

tiffac0081178d ago

Assets have already been liquidated or sold. It would not be in the best interest of MS to buy them at this point.

Goro1178d ago

Invest this 941 grand into Yakuza 5 localization

Firan1178d ago

That would make my day. Why did we get a zombie spinoff Yakuza and now we haven't heard anything about Yakuza 5?

Goro1178d ago

Because they made no profit with Dead Souls because of their lack of advertising but i highly doubt it would be the same with Yakuza 5

ThanatosDMC1175d ago

I was okay with it though i started missing stomping people's faces after trudging through the underground to kill the main true boss of the game.

xtremexx1178d ago

Cmon just leave THQ alone man, i dont even think they can pay half of that.

Baka-akaB1178d ago

Another one of Sega's screw ups and bad investments for a change .

TooTall191178d ago

A top-15 most played Steam game is a bad investment? For $60 games it's probably in the top 5. Even if Sega doesn't get the extra million I'm sure in the long run CoH is a great investment.

Baka-akaB1178d ago

Nah i badly expressed myself , i'm talking about them hovering like vultures on a corpse that wont give anything else . Like you said they are already making money of the game , and they wont be the primary recipient of anything THQ would still have

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