Looks like THQ’s caught a case of inSANE mania.
And for once, that’s not a malady made up by a grade school-aged child attempting to get out of phys-ed class.
In addition, the release makes special note of the fact that while THQ owns the inSANE IP, del Toro’s called dibs on “any filmed entertainment products.” So, if there’s a movie, it’s del Toro’s and del Toro’s alone.
Lastly, while we still almost literally know nothing about the game’s content, del Toro waxed cryptically about what we can expect.
“With this new series of video games, I want to take players to a place they have never seen before, where every single action makes them question their own senses of morality and reality,” he said.
Question our own senses of morality and reality, eh? We’ve got it: it’s a game about the Spike TV Videogame Awards, isn’t it?