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THQ Q1: $15m net income; Insane returned to Guillermo del Toro

THQ has announced financial results for its past quarter, with the troubled publisher reporting a profitable period following heavy restructuring. Net income for the company’s Q1 FY2013 came in at $15m, according to THQ’s report. Total sales were down year over year at $133.7m compared to 195.2m in 2011, but …

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"Fantastic surprises" due in Saints Row 3

Volition has hinted that there will be some fantastic surprises” for fans in Saints Row: The Third. The game is due for release around Christmas” and already looks phenomenal”, according studio boss Eric Barker. He refused to confirm any other details on the game, including whether or not the game …

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New THQ logo revealed

THQ has ditched its well-known white-on-black logo in favour of a new grey and red symbol today. The updated logo will appear on upcoming games and products from next month onwards. It marks THQ’s commitment to a ‘new strategic and creative vision’. THQ president and CEO Brian Farrell said: Our …

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InSane trilogy wont be completed until 2018

Upcoming trilogy InSane will take between eight and ten years to develop, THQ has confirmed. The horror game series is being overseen by Hellboy and Pan’s Labyrinth film director Guillermo del Toro. It was originally revealed at the 2010 Spike Video Game Awards. THQ’s core games VP Danny Bilson’s latest …

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Del Toro reveals InSane for 2013

New horror game InSane has been confirmed and will arrive in 2013 on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The title is being produced by Red Faction developer Volition Inc and overseen by film director Guillermo del Toro, known for his work on the Hellboy films and cult hit Pan’s Labyrinth. …

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Levine: Games don’t need Hollywood directors

Speaking in an interview with Develop, BioShock creator Ken Levine has stated that he’s turned down the chance to co-develop games with Hollywood directors, adding that the game industry needs to grow out of being star-struck” from the film industry. I was offered the chance to make a game with …

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