The remaining assets of THQ have now been auctioned off. Anything that remained following February’s property auction was available for interested parties to bid on until Apr. 15.
If it was even possible to go beyond the crazy and completely over the top nature of Saints Row: The Third, Volition’s newest entry in the series looks up to the task. Saints Row IV (being published now by Deep Silver after THQ’s liquidation) plants your Saints leader in the office of the United States President during an alien invasion.
Studio closures have become far too common in the gaming industry, with a couple more falling victim in the last week.
This week the C&G Crew talk about THQ, and Atari. Wayne goes into detail on why DmC is not as good as previous titles and Phil Brown joins in to talk about Batman: The Dark Knight Rises Part 2.
After auctioning off assets over the last 24 hours, game publisher THQ has now officially closed its doors.
South Park Studios has filed an objection to the inclusion of their title South Park: The Stick of Truth in the forthcoming THQ auction.
This week on the C&G Podcast the crew talks about CES 2013 and the slew of android consoles that emerged from companies there. The new problems at THQ and who will end up with all the assets. Brendan talks about the indie games he has been playing and Wayne discusses why Persona 4 Golden is a title everyone with a PS Vita needs to own.
On the last CGPodcast of 2012, the C&G Crew discuss the Game of the Year. Such games as Dishonored, Journey, XCOM and Far Cry 3 on the list tensions were high in picking just one game. In the end the crew made some cuts and the final winner was announced. Beyond the GOTY discussion the team also talk about the latest from THQ and the drama surrounding War Z.