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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I'm glad volition got bought
Hah! Sucks to be Patrice Desilites, leaving ubisoft only to be under there command yet again. Overall, the list looks pretty decent, I'm not worried about any of these getting cancelled.
Come on!!! Somebody...Anybody... Buy Vigil Games :(
Whoa whoa whoa, wait a second here; what about Vigil Games?
Someone please by DarksiderS!
Hey Sega!!! This is a great chance for you to open up new franchises of games!
crytek bought home front i think they an do go with that game
Crytek scored a steal spending 500K for Homefront. What a perfect home for this franchise. Thank Buddha South Park was acquired. I would've been devastated if Stick of Truth was killed in this deal. Sega buying Relic is huge for their Total War series.
Ubisoft should have gotten Volition
THAAAANK GOD Metro was picked up already, it deserves it.
thank god Homefront is in the hands of Crytek, this will be interesting to see where they go with it!