THQ filed its FORM 8-K with the SEC, announcing the departure of its officers and executives – which is the last notice we’ll probably very get in the mail from THQ. Filed on January 30, the form reads: “THQ Inc. terminated the employment of Brian J. Farrell as chief executive officer of the Company, Jason Rubin as president of the Company, and Jason Kay as chief strategy officer of the Company, each without cause and effective January 30, 2013.” The filing is standard procedure for the dissolution of a company. If you want to see it for yourself, you can view it in PDF form – among others – through the investor relations website.
Pokemon Go players worldwide finding Shiny Pikachu in the wild, Mewtwo coming to Exclusive Raid Battles
Reports of Shiny Pikchu spottings in Pokemon Go surfaced yesterday, and today Niantic Labs as confirmed the critters are appearing around the world.
Gearbox Publishing announced today it’s bringing Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few to retail. But, you’ll have to wait until next year to play it.
Sony has provided a few, small details regarding its annual, December PlayStation Experience event.
THQ’s properties were sold off at auction last night. The 22-hour process saw the remains of the company carved up and sold off to buyers. Sega bought Relic, Ubisoft bought South Park and more. Check out Steph’s in-depth report on the matter here. This morning former THQ president Jason Rubin and boss Brian Farrell have […]
Guillermo del Toro’s InSANE trilogy has been shelved, it’s been announced as part of a generally positive first quarter THQ report.
We may never have gotten games like Uncharted and The Last of Us if Naughty Dog founders hadn’t sold it to Sony.
Naughty Dog co-founder and erstwhile THQ president Jason Rubin has fallen prey to the sexy wiles of Oculus Rift.