The lights are on
THQ has been granted approval of its liquidation bankruptcy plan. This means that this is very likely the last we will hear of THQ.
THQ began liquidating its assets earlier this year, auctioning off its properties, and was officially closed by the end of January.
All that's left now is for THQ to pay off its last remaining creditors with the money gained through the sale of its assorted properties. Creditors are expected to expected to receive 20 to 52 percent of what they're owed.
Our TakeIn our opinion THQ died at the top if its game. It's unfortunate that it wasn't able to recover from its financial struggles, even with a line up of exciting games on the horizon.
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What could have been huh? They're gone now and they were at the top of their game as well.
all good things come to an end, i'm still sad about how all this went down :( RIP THQ
Bad decisions after bad decisions. What'ya gonna do?
Bye, bye.... I will miss you, THQ!!
dang, hard times.
we'll miss you thq, you had a rough start, but buy the end of the psone era it was smooth sailing. some great games, and you even made some movie license games that were pretty good for kids without dumbing down mechanics. farewell old friend.
It's so sad to see this place go.
i cried after reading this
At least some of the most exciting titles will still get developed. That said, this is truly sad to hear. THQ was a great company full of great employees, and I hope they quickly get another job.
Good night, sweet prince.
I'm really going to miss THQ, they didn't deserve to go out like that.
Meh. They pulled an EA and killed a great franchise (that being Red Faction) so I have no sympathy for THQ.