The lights are on
With the demise of THQ now official, we're starting to learn more about who paid what for each of the publisher's franchises and developers.
Here are the numbers being reported from Distressed Debt Investing, who is overseeing the THQ auction:
Here's what the runner-up bids were for these properties and studios:
For super-specific legal documents that list what each winning bid included, head on over to this link.
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Well, those are some big numbers, save for the shockingly low Homefront figure.
Poor Homefront, only bought for a measly $500,000. On the brightside, if anybody can make Homefront incredible, it will be with the help of Crytek.
I NEED SOUTH PARK!
Wow... those numbers are genuinely surprising. And show that Ubisoft pretty much wanted nearly everything from THQ, they just didn't bid high enough. Interesting...
I'm hoping koch Media can keep saints row going