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Demos for The Simpsons and Conan are now available to download from Xbox Live Marketplace.
THQ has said it will be unleashing demos for Conan next week.
I've just untied a female slave from a tree and she doesn't have much to cover her modesty. Her alarmingly inflated breasts are bouncing excitedly in the jungle air, while all that stands between the cruel elements and her delicate minnie-moo is a slender scrap of cloth roughly the size of a child's sock.
A very small child's sock.
Despite her inappropriate attire, and the fact that she's been tied to a tree by lusty pirates and presumably manhandled something rotten, she doesn't seem too upset with her situation. In fact, she seems quite...excited. "Oooh! Where are my clothes?" she purrs, arching her back and jiggling those painstakingly rendered bosoms in my direction. Needless to say, I've only got one thing on my mind: please don't let my wife walk in right now.
THQ has brought the release dates of Conan and Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts forward to 28th September.
THQ has altered the dates of some of its key titles and officially announced the development of a new Red Faction game.
Warning: Conan, the new action adventure from THQ for PS3 and Xbox 360, may contain scenes of a sexual nature. In fact, it most definitely will contain scenes of a sexual nature according to Tom Smith, who's working as creative manager on the game.
After several months of waiting, THQ has finally uncovered the oiled muscles of a Conan game for PS3 and Xbox, which is due for release in early 2008.
Conan, in development at Nihilistic Software, will be an action adventure title with a "deep and gratifying" combat system, based on the world created in Robert E. Howard's original stories.
The grunt of next-generation technology is promised to be fully utilised, touting a cinematic experience when smashing through hordes of brutal enemies.
Details of THQ's Conan action game are starting to become apparent several months after the publisher signed it up.
THQ has announced that it has signed an agreement with Conan Properties International to produce games featuring Conan the Barbarian for a wide range of platforms.