Entries in 'THQ' (56)
Papu Hassan joins Activision from Microsoft, while Tess Reddy re-joins the industry after THQ's dissolution.
Metro: Last Light has found itself a new home and will be landing on Australian and New Zealand shores on 16th May.
Time is sadly up for THQ today.
Creditors of bankrupt publisher THQ have won their fight to block the company's sale to Clearwater Capital.
THQ has filed for bankruptcy - but as part of a plan to ultimately strengthen the business and hopefully find it a new owner.
Bluemouth Interactive has appointed a new Sales Director for ANZ and will soon be welcoming a new Export Director to its ranks.
French publisher Ubisoft has stated that it would consider moving for some of THQ’s assets were the company’s troubles to deepen.
Merge Games, which is a publisher for indie games founded by an ex-THQ APAC staffer, is now working with fledgling Surprise Attack.
Well, it's begun, as the first couple of people at THQ's publishing office in Melbourne have today signed off and said goodbye.
With the EB EXPO just around the corner, several quite literal work-in-progress photos have surfaced showing the half-naked show floor.
Pre-orders for Company of Heroes 2 via various digital distribution services will have their own incentives as well as retail.
News has just come through that Capcom distribution, formerly handled in ANZ by THQ, is jumping ship to All Interactive Entertainment.
The ever-expanding Surprise Attack is today announcing exclusively via MCV its addition of AAA and Free-to-Play divisions.
EB Games has announced today the lineup for the EB Live sessions, which will take place alongside the EB EXPO in October.
THQ has sent through word of the ANZ exclusive pre-order offer for Resident Evil 6, which sports the nifty branded bag (pictured).
Dead or Alive 5, the much anticipated fighting game from Team Ninja, has been snagged by Mindscape for ANZ distribution.
At the recent THQ showcase event in Sydney, MCV sat down to talk with Jeremy Greiner, Creative Manager on Darksiders II.
Yesterday, THQ had Darksiders II Creative Manager Jeremy Greiner in Sydney to help host a day of having media play and recreate moves from the game.