Entries in 'THQ' (429)
Rory Donnelly is the latest high-profile departure from THQ.
Budget software company Cosmi has acquired THQ’s value-centric publishing and distribution division ValuSoft.
THQ has officially announced a delay for Darksiders II, pushing the title’s release target back a couple months.
With the doom-mongers continuing the circle, THQ has announced that it expects Q4 sales to exceed expectations.
Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Rockstar owner Take-Two, has claimed that rival publisher THQ “won’t be around in six months”.
Beleaguered publisher THQ has cut some 120 employees from its game development network, as the company looks to streamline the business to ease costs.
THQ and Adidas have settled a $10m lawsuit over the fitness title miCoach.
Warner Brothers International Entertainment has signed a deal for the distribution, sales, and marketing of the complete 2012 Codemasters lineup in North and South America.
Obsidian Entertainment has official word that its previously announced XBLA game, originally targeted for a Q1 2012 launch, is currently at an impasse.
THQ is being sued by Adidas for $10 million after it failed to bring keep-fit title MiCoach to market, according to reports.
It was September 2003 when THQ released Finding Nemo.
THQ is back at No.1 with UFC, however the game has failed to match the sales of the previous games in the series.
Fighting fans have plenty to grapple with this week, thanks to the return of THQ's popular MMA series.
THQ is set to close its Japan publishing arm at the end of this month, according to reports.
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
Embattled publisher THQ has plotted a multi-year game release schedule in a bid to calm investor nerves.
The uDraw GameTablet and all related games have been discontinued after the franchise's sales fell short by $100m.
Over-the-top action crime game Saints Row: The Third was the largest owned-IP launch ever for THQ.
The Saints Row publisher has posted its financial results for its third quarter, showing a 275 per cent rise in net losses since the same period in 2010.
240 staff from THQ will be impacted by its latest restructuring - over ten per cent of staff.
Online chatter pointing to an impending announcement of significant layoffs at THQ is quickly gathering pace.
Troubled publisher THQ has been warned that it faces a possible de-listing from the Nasdaq stock exchange.
A source has told MCV that THQ are making redundancies to their Australian team, while Kotaku is reporting similar in Japan.
We’re used to publishers broadening their reach and distancing themselves from the core, but a new strategic shift from THQ is seeing it do the opposite.