THQ has raised an additional $6.55 million from the sale of game properties that include “Darksiders,” “Red Faction,” “Marvel Super Hero Squad” and “Drawn to Life” as the publisher continues to…
Bankrupt THQ is still looking to unload some high-profile video game properties as the publisher seeks new coin to pay back creditors. The titles include: "Darksiders," "Homeworld," "MX vs. ATV,"…
THQ, once the third-largest publisher in the videogame industry, is no more.
THQ has delayed the release of "South Park: The Stick of Truth" as the videogame publisher spends more time developing the game with Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
THQ enjoyed a bit of good news as the videogame publisher reorganizes: an unexpected uptick of revenue thanks to hits "Saints Row: The Third" and "UFC: Undisputed 3."
An adaptation of "Voltron" may not hit the bigscreen anytime soon, but plans are under way to relaunch the popular toon from the 1980s as a franchise through other platforms.
While some video game publishers are shying away from licensing deals, THQ is stepping up. The company has signed a multiyear deal with Dreamworks Animation to make games based on upcoming films.
An expansion of DreamWorks Animation's film and TV slate is proving beneficial for videogame publishers.
Vidgame publisher THQ has secured the rights to Marvel's new "Super Hero Squad" animated series.
Vidgame publisher THQ beat guidance but still reported a net loss in the third quarter, during which it didn't release any licensed kids games, its core strength.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures