THQ’s de Blob rights picked up by Nordic Video games

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Bigger than 18 months after Nordic Video games snapped up rights to THQ franchises Darksiders, Red Faction and more from the bankrupt creator, Nordic offered this day it has received the de Blob psychological property from the corporate.

“de Blob is only a large and truly queer franchise,” Reinhard Pollice, industry and product pattern director at Nordic Video games, talked about in a convey. “We are excited by what the future holds for this polychromatic extravaganza because the newest addition to our portfolio. We are going to have the capacity to possess in suggestions alternatives with the existing games, to boot to seemingly sequels.”

Nordic Video games was one among a handful of corporations that purchased psychological property rights to THQ’s games. Vienna-essentially essentially based Nordic spent $4.9 million for “severely all” of THQ’s IP, other than Homeworld and Drawn to Existence. Diversified corporations that snatched up THQ’s games, properties and developers consist of Gearbox Plot, Sega, Ubisoft, Deep Silver and 505 Video games.

THQ printed two de Blob games: de Blob for iOS, Wii and Windows Phone in 2008, and de Blob 2 for Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii in 2011. The colourful platformer-walk games had been chiefly developed by Melbourne, Australia-essentially essentially based Blue Tongue Entertainment, which shuttered in 2011.

For more on Nordic Video games and its plans for the ragged THQ franchises, be taught Polygon’s interviews with Reinhard Pollice and Lars Wingefors.

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