After InSane and Silent Hills fell apart, Guillermo Del Toro admits he may be cursed and plans to leave the world of game development behind before jinxing anything else.
Not every famous film director would make great video games, but the unique vision of these five filmmakers would surely translate into compelling and exciting IPs.
After almost two years of no information, THQ has finally cancelled Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘inSANE.’ Where does the proposed survival horror trilogy go from here?
After revealing ‘Saints Row: The Third’ sold some 3.8 million units, THQ announced they will be focusing on their ‘strongest franchises’ going forward.
Over the weekend, developer/publisher THQ was reported to be dumping its 2014 lineup and prepping for a sell-off. And while the news has caused many shareholders to pull the plug, THQ says that it’s not dead yet.
After its announcement at the Spike VGA last year, ‘inSANE’ has been awfully quite until today, when Guillermo Del Toro gave some new info, specifically the world’s setting
At tonight’s VGAs, academy award-nominated director Del Toro gave a first look at the “Lovecraftian” game he’s cooking up with Volition and THQ.