inSANE, the action-horror title from Guillermo del Toro, is back in development at a new studio according to a Bloody Disgusting report. Formerly in the works with Volition, THQ cancelled the game in August. According to del Toro, the first studio he shopped the game to gave it the greenlight. The studio in question has not been announced, although del Toro has previously voiced his affection for Valve, and the first entry in the game isn’t slated to hit retail until 2015 at the earliest. Thanks, Gematsu.
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