Wanton destruction and hostile gang takeovers… to the MAX!
THQ have already moved on from shutting down original Homefront developers Kaos Studios as they have hired Crytek UK to develop the sequel.
Just a few months after THQ shut down Kaos Studios, the publisher has now closed down three more studios in the wake of a disappointing first quarter.
Those of us who aren’t yet part of the PC Master Race will have to wait a little longer to get our Witcher on.
Despite relatively good sales with the recent Homefront, Kaos Studios is being shut down by THQ.
It’s been quite some time since we last checked in with THQ and their progress on the Games Workshop inspired third-person shooter.
Volition and THQ are cooking up another trip into the fast, violent, sexy world of Saints Row. I initially didn’t go near these games due to me hearing that they were lame knockoffs of GTA. I heard that they had a lot more things that were not very realistic. Well that was pretty true. I […]
THQ has just announced the Sequel to the cult hit Metro 2033. Some of us here at the WPR Offices (Basements) loved the first one, but can they improve on what they’ve already built?
When I first heard that we were getting “Space Marine The Game” I thought it was go ing ot be some watered down “Hur durr Gers of Wo” style game, but when I heard that THQ and Relic were working on the it and that’s when I had to find a change of pants.
A demo for the fourth game in the Moon Hammer series will be coming to Xbox Live and Playstation Network (if it’s back on) on May 3rd. No PC demo has been announced.
The only freezing issue I think Kaos Studios should be looking into, is the issue of freezing themselves until people forget about Homefront. Burn.
The game that could either be good or absolutely horrible.
THQ have confirmed that Red Faction: Armageddon, the fourth game in the series, will be released in the US on May 31st and June 3rd in Europe on all platforms.
We’ve shown one trailer for this game already a few weeks ago, but this time around we finally get to see some of the story that will come along with the modern ‘Red Dawn’ videogame experience.
Fresh off the announcement of his first video game, inSANE, Guillermo del Toro just couldn’t leave well enough alone.