A remastered version of Destroy All Humans! briefly appears on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 4, and is rumored to have its official launch soon.
Producer Nick Nunziata shares why the Saints Row movie never made it into production, citing the bankruptcy of developer THQ for the movie’s cancellation.
Nordic Games announces plans to re-brand itself as THQ Nordic, reviving the THQ name and moving forward with development on new entries in classic THQ franchises.
The first ever gameplay footage of Patrice Desilets’ 1666: Amsterdam is posted online, revealing the mysterious project’s gameplay features and protagonist.
After years of stagnation, Ubisoft files for a trademark for the title 1666, which may indicate that the ill-fated 1666: Amsterdam game is finally going to be produced.
Cancelled PSP sandbox Saints Row Undercover is released for free by developer Volition, and made available to any players with a PC and a PSP emulator.
Volition gives fans of the Saints Row series a treat, unveiling a beta build of a cancelled spin-off of the series for the PSP, entitled Saints Row Undercover.
New gameplay footage and details about the cancelled THQ Avengers tie-in video game reveal first-person action, Skrull enemies, and a Secret Invasion inspired story.
Taking a look at a number of games that had high-profile external writers, we investigate whether a separate writing team can lead to a successful story.
Video game projects can change majorly over the course of development. Here is our rundown of 10 games that started out life as something very different.
Patrice Desilets, the director of the first two ‘Assassin’s Creed’ titles, unveils his new Monteal-based studio, Panache Digital Games.
Before THQ went bankrupt the publisher was in development on a peculiar motion-controlled brawler set in the ‘Saints Row’ universe.
Head of Marvel Games, TQ Jefferson, talks about the current state of Marvel-based video games and how they’re patiently seeking the right developer for a triple-A ‘Avengers’ game.
The founder of Turtle Rock Studios explains which parts of ‘Left 4 Dead’ the team was unhappy with, and how ‘Evolve’ offers a chance to fix those mistakes.
Turtle Rock Studios unveils the Goliatah, one of the multiple playable monsters in their upcoming co-op/competitive shooter ‘Evolve’.
Turtle Rock Studios, developers of the ‘Left 4 Dead’ games, reveals its upcoming next-gen alien co-op shooter ‘Evolve’.
Concept art from THQ’s cancelled ‘The Avengers’ tie-in game has surfaced, and reveals side characters like Vision and Ms. Marvel, as well as the Skrull, were in the game.