Entries in 'wwe' (32)
The madcap characters on the 2K Games UK PR Team have developed an obsession with beards.
Sportra, a website dedicated to sports video games, is now live.
The legendary Ultimate Warrior is being given away to those who pre-order WWE 2K14.
After the liquidation of THQ, WWE has found a new publisher in the form of 2K.
The WWE video game series will live on following an acquisition from Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two.
The WWE franchise will continue, despite the liquidation of publisher THQ.
You lug boxes of stock around the store and punch prices into the till, but do you dream of lugging heavy men in spandex and punching them into submission?
THQ’s Facebook campaign for next week’s WWE ‘13 turns gamers into cover stars.
Want to win a cope of WWE ‘13 signed by CM Punk, plus tickets to the next WWE tour and a bag full of goodies? Course you do.
THQ wants hundreds of gamers to run their own WWE launch parties, offering the chance .
Rory Donnelly is the latest high-profile departure from THQ.
Embattled publisher THQ has plotted a multi-year game release schedule in a bid to calm investor nerves.
Over-the-top action crime game Saints Row: The Third was the largest owned-IP launch ever for THQ.
Following years of sliding viewing figures, WWE is on the comeback trail, says THQ.
A special guide to the new Saints Row and WWE games is now available to download, read in your web browser or access via your iPad.
MCV has teamed up with THQ to give retailers the chance to win copies of the publisher's biggest upcoming titles.
Publisher THQ has predicted that upcoming triple-A shooter Homefront will make more money than either of the company's big fighting franchises, WWE or UFC.
Publisher THQ has reached an agreement with WWE that will see the company’s WWE vs Raw game promoted in conjunction with both WWE TV shows, live events and future DVD ...
Red Faction: Armageddon will now be released in May 2011.
Publisher THQ is fast becoming the leading voice in the industry’s apparent tirade against pre-owned software, and its latest outburst is the most aggressive yet.
The lucrative WWE video games franchise will benefit greatly from the “new direct relationship” between publisher THQ and the sports entertainment company, according to UK marketing director Jon Rooke.
THQ’s UFC series has nothing to fear from EA Sports new MMA brawler, insists VP of core games Danny Bilson.
For years it was a single-game annual licence, but THQ this year is heading to E3 with news of a three-pronged WWE attack on the video games genre.
The digital market is growing at an exponential rate, and THQ has become the latest publisher to announce an increased focus on the sector.