THQ was apparently taking notes, and Danny Bilson, the publisher's core games vice president, is adament about not allowing its developers to grind out new games without heavy iteration.
Glad to see they won't run their brands ashore like Activision.
They already have with their WWE Smackdown vs. Raw series.
I don't think I've even ever played a THQ game. Certainly won't rule them out as a publisher though. Activision, EA, Take-Two, 2K, Rockstar, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo... I can think of games I played from all of these, but none from THQ.
THQ is publishing Homefront. They also publish the MX vs. ATV games among others. By the way, THQ's logo doesn't look like that anymore. http://www.thq.com/img/site...
Darksiders? S.T.A.L.K.E.R? Red Faction? Company of Heroes? Metro 2033? Any of the Warhammer games? ...On the downside, they also publish lotsa shovelware.
Are you kidding me??? Just think of ALL the Spongebob games in the past 12 years... And you thought Activision and EA were bad. >.>
Wasn't Darksiders a THQ game?...I can't remember.
and it was awesome! Awaiting sequel.
smackdown vs raw and other abysmal wwe games say hello
Pretty much, that series would really benefit from taking a year off.
The only games that i played from THQ are really the Smackdown vs Raw series (i have them all)
Maybe it's time for a new Titan Quest.
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