THQ plans to launch 1-2 core games each year

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 28 July 2009 22:26 GMT


The THQ financial call to investors is ongoing, during which it was announced that the company plans to release 1-2 titles each year for a core audience.

These games are titles the company plans to expand into best-selling franchises.

No word on what these titles are, but expect to see new franchises from the publisher every year from here on out.

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