THQ has sold its budget and casual PC firm ValuSoft to Cosmi for an undisclosed sum. The sale is part of the firm’s strategy to streamline focus on stronger franchises such as Darksiders and Saints Row. The Minnesota firm was purchased by THQ 10 years ago, and the publisher/distributor specializes in casual games sold through box retailers. Cosmi is also a budget-priced firm, and based out of California. Thanks, Gamasutra.
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Metal Gear Survive will require a constant internet connection to play, even in single-player.
The Haunted: Hell’s Reach, the winner of 2010’s Make Something Unreal contest, will be published by THQ. The Haunted is a third-person action survival horror title which focuses on multiplayer, as you try to liberate “cursed places and survive the assault from the minions of hell.” It has several multiplayer modes such as coop-survival, demons […]