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Submitted by Sinner101GR 1380d ago | news

THQ: Guillermo del Toro's Insane Isn't a Guaranteed Trilogy

Last December, THQ revealed that its project with film director Guillermo del Toro would be a trilogy. The publisher is putting a lot of stock in del Toro's creative vision, despite the fact that he's not a game maker. At a recent GDC roundtable, we wondered if it's smart to commit to a trilogy with a filmmaker before the first game's even shipped. That's the thing, though - it's not a guaranteed trilogy. (Dev, Guillermo del Toro, Industry, inSANE, THQ)

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