UPDATE: Nordic Games has commented on the Darksiders and Red Faction collections.
The new owner of the Darksiders IP is keen to speak with the series' creators about making Darksiders 3.
The second THQ auction has concluded with surprising results. We found out earlier today that Gearbox acquired the rights to Homeworld, but that's not the only jaw-dropping revelation. Vigil's beloved armageddon themed action/adventure series Darksiders was sold to Nordic Games, publisher of Alan Wake on PC, The Book of Unwritten Tales, and the later Painkiller titles.
THQ will start taking bids for its remaining IP from 1st April at a court-supervised auction.
THQ president Jason Rubin has given $1000 of his own money to the Humble THQ Bundle.
Embattled publisher THQ has been warned it risks being delisted from the Nasdaq stock exchange.
Telltale's episodic adaptation of Back to the Future concludes this week with the release of Part 5, free for series owners.
Overall it's a quiet week for the PlayStation Store, with a sale on Ubisoft games the only real sniff of a bargain on offer. Prince of Persia and Assassin's Creed become slightly cheaper, although PlayStation Plus members get bigger savings and bonus content.
PlayStation 3 owners get a demo of Rugby World Cup 2011 (released yesterday on Xbox 360).
A new DLC pack for Red Faction: Armageddon lands on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live today, in what could be a last hurrah for THQ's long-running series.
THQ has pulled the plug on its Red Faction franchise following poor sales of RF: Armageddon.
Sales of action sequel Red Faction: Armageddon didn't match THQ's expectations, the publisher has admitted.
Although it wouldn't offer any firm numbers, its earnings report for the first quarter of fiscal year 2012 noted that the game's performance was partly to blame for a dismal few months for the publisher.
THQ recorded a net loss of $38.4 million for the three months leading up to 30th June, compared to a loss of $30.4 million over the same period last year.
Yesterday's addition of the Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception multiplayer beta still headlines what the PlayStation Store offers today.
It's this year's big PS3 exclusive. And it poses the mouth watering question of can Naughty Dog now bring multiplayer to the same sky-high standard as single-player?
Among the games available to buy today are Sega Rally Online Arcade for £6.30, and Red Faction: Armageddon for £58. Wait, what?!
Duke Nukem Forever has topped the UK all-formats chart and sold a meaty majority on Xbox 360.
Xbox 360 dominated a fat 56 per cent of the sales pie; PS3 claimed only 30 per cent.
PC took 14 per cent, but remember that digitally distributed copies (i.e. those bought on Steam, Get Games and elsewhere), aren't counted.
Able to pry your eyes away from all the E3 excitement? Don't click on that link. Here are some games you can actually hold in your hands this Friday.
Forthcoming action sequel Red Faction: Armageddon will now be released on 10th June, publisher THQ has announced, one week later than originally planned.
A demo for Volition's forthcoming Red Faction: Armageddon arrives on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live on 3rd May, publisher THQ has announced.
Apparently you'll be stepping into the shoes of hero Darius Mason and fighting your way through some alien-infested Martian sewers.
The revamped Nano Forge weapon will be at your disposal, letting you rebuild scenery that you've previously reduced to rubble, as well as the Magnet Gun, which allows you to lob entire buildings at your hapless foes.
Saints Row: The Third and Red Faction: Armageddon developer Volition is convinced making PC versions of its multiplatform games is still worth the time and money required – despite the threat of piracy.
There is a Red Faction: Armageddon comic book, a spin-off downloadable arcade game and even a feature length TV movie - enough to spark Red Faction fatigue - but for creator Volition it's all justified.
Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network game Red Faction: Battlegrounds will launch during the first week of April, THQ has confirmed to Eurogamer.
That means the top-down twin-stick Destruction Derby style Red Faction spin-off will likely launch on 5th April on XBLA and 6th April on PSN for European gamers.
Battlegrounds, revealed in August last year, offers four-player vehicular co-op with a focus on quick-fire destruction.
Volition's third-person science fiction smash-em-up Red Faction: Armageddon will launch in Europe on 3rd June, THQ has announced.
It'll launch in North America a few days before, on 31st May.
Armageddon builds on the events of Red Faction: Guerrilla and upcoming SyFy live action movie Red Faction: Origins (it's transmedia, baby).
Red Faction: Armageddon producer Jim Boone has told Eurogamer that Dead Space definitely numbers among the sci-fi shooter's influences – and that once the team settled on a storyline involving dormant aliens the comparison was perhaps inevitable.
The Red Faction movie made by television network Syfy has been elbowed back a bit to May.
Games for PlayStation Move and Microsoft's Kinect are for a mass market, and therefore much cheaper and quicker to develop than core titles, according to THQ.
THQ's delayed Red Faction: Armageddon to May 2011 to bolster its financial 2012 line-up.
THQ Digital has revealed a downloadable Red Faction arena combat game for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.
THQ may axe its policy of releasing a UFC game every year after the last game in the mixed martial arts simulation series sold fewer copies than expected.
THQ and American television network Syfy have announced that a two hour Red Faction live action movie pilot will air in March 2011.
THQ has revealed that Red Faction: Armageddon is the name of the sequel to last year's Guerrilla and that it's due out in March 2011 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.