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  • Blog Post: Guillermo Del Toro Is Done Making Video Games

    Hollywood director Guillermo del Toro has been burned twice by the video game industry. In 2012, THQ canceled Insane , which was in development at Volition. Then, Konami pulled the plug on del Toro’s Silent Hills team-up with Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima earlier this year. Speaking at San Diego... More
  • Blog Post: Ultra Rare NES Cartridge Raking In A Fortune On Ebay

    A factory-sealed copy of Stadium Events is currently on the auction block at Ebay, and bidders are willing to pay a hefty price for it. The Bandai Co. sports title is one of the few North American NES games to use the Family Fun Fitness mat (later renamed the Power Pad), and has become a valued prize... More
  • Blog Post: RI Proposes Bill To End Further Payments On 38 Studios' Debt

    A bill proposed last week by Rhode Island Lawmakers that, if passed, would allow the state to default on its debts incurred by investing in 38 Studios. According to an AP news report , the bill was proposed by democratic rep. Karen MacBeth on Thursday and would prevent Rhode Island's Commerce Corp... More
  • Blog Post: Rhode Island Governor Calls 38 Studios' Copernicus "A Lot Of Junk"

    Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee recently spoke out against 38 Studios and its Project Copernicus MMO calling it, "a lot of junk," among a handful of other unfriendly terms. Chafee recently made an appearance on a local public affairs television show and had some choice words for 38 Studios... More
  • Blog Post: Guillermo Del Toro Still Shopping Insane To Publishers

    Previous reports claiming that Del Toro had already lined up a new publisher for his survival horror game proved premature. Speaking to the Toronto Sun about the Insane trilogy, which THQ cancelled last year , the critically acclaimed film director said his ambitious video game project is still being... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Del Toro's 'Insane' Has New Developer

    According to a report from Bloody Disgusting, Guillermo Del Toro's video game project Insane has found a new, unidentified developer. The first studio he pitched the idea to said yes. Del Toro said back in October he was still looking for a team to take over the project after THQ canceled its production... More
  • Blog Post: Guillermo del Toro's House Has More Atmosphere Than BioShock

    Film director Guillermo del Toro is still looking for a new developer for his video game idea Insane , but we think that he should just turn his house into a game. This video is taken from one of the special features on the Blu-ray and DVD editions of del Toro's film Cronos . Can you spot any video... More
  • Blog Post: Del Toro's 'Insane' Seeking New Developer

    Director Guillermo Del Toro says his recently canceled project with THQ 'Insane' is seeking a new development partner. "We are talking to developers," Del Toro said to Kotaku at the New York Comic Con. "When something doesn't happen one way I just continue pursuing it another... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Cancels Insane Trilogy

    THQ said today it has canceled pre-production on Insane, the trilogy project from Volition Studios and movie director Guillermo Del Toro. The publisher said it has returned the rights of the game to Del Toro. The game was first revealed in December 2010. Since then, no other information has surfaced... More
  • Blog Post: Insane Battlefield 3 Multiplayer Kill

    Think you’ve seen it all when it comes to Battlefield 3? Even the A-Team couldn’t have pulled off a better stunt than this. YouTube user Stungravy recently posted the following video. Soak it in. More
  • Blog Post: Guillermo del Toro On The Lovecraftian Nature Of Insane

    Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro talks about the process of making games and what he’s learned while working on his new project, Insane. We still don’t have many details on Insane, THQ’s new project in collaboration with Guillermo del Toro, but the renowned... More
  • Blog Post: Guillermo Del Toro's Insane May Not Be A Trilogy After All

    When THQ announced Insane, a new horror game being created by Volition and visionary movie director Guillermo del Toro, at the Spike Video Game Awards , the new IP was already being talked about as a trilogy. However, at GDC THQ has clarified that it will only be a trilogy if the first game works out... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Financials Reveal Upcoming Lineup

    A recent Q3 2011 financial report from THQ has resulted in some interesting unrevealed details about the company's upcoming games.Specifically, it appears that Saints Row 3 will be in our consoles as early as fall 2011. Also coming in the next few months will be Red Faction: Armageddon, MX vs. ATV... More
  • Blog Post: Insane To Be “An Original Trilogy of Triple-A Games”

    After months of rumor and speculation , THQ and Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro announced their partnership at the Spike Video Game Awards this past weekend. With the initial hubbub subsided, THQ is now dropping more details on its relationship with del Toro. In a very forward looking... More
  • Blog Post: Guillermo Del Toro Reveals Insane With Creepy Trailer

    THQ and director Guillermo del Toro have been keeping this project under wraps with very few clues on what to expect. Last we heard, del Toro described the game he is working on as "...a very different type of horror game. It's not survival horror. It's truly a strange, geeky mix. It's... More
  • Blog Post: Crazy Across The Map Kill In CoD: Black Ops

    Hey, do you what to see something crazy? Something truly unbelievable? Something that defies the laws of man? Step right in and watch the Call of Duty kill that has to be seen to be believed. We’ve had some lucky kills in our day, but this is pretty extreme. Watch a Black Ops player get revenge... More
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