Pre-ordering just got actually rewarding for once! If you have never played Darksiders, now is the best time!
We here at Cinelinx are over the moon to share with you the news that we have partnered with 2nd Opinion Productions! S0leb and his team have worked hard over the years to produce in-depth, relatable, and fun content for everyone to enjoy! Part of this partnership means that The 2nd Opinion Podcast will now be joining the Cinelinx family of shows! So, without further ado, here is the debut episode of The 2nd Opinion Podcast on Cinelinx!
On this episode, s0leb and TJ talk about the growth of Quakecon, THQNordic regaining the rights to Saints Row, Spyro the Dragon's return, and a very special Call of Duty-themed Face2Face!
Love horror games and want something spine-chilling to play this autumn? Look no farther than Black Mirror, a gothic horror adventure. We have the haunting announcement trailer here for your viewing pleasure, and information on Black Mirror's upcoming release. So come on in, if you're not too afraid, that is.
Online rumors suggest Ubisoft have bought the rights to South Park: The Stick of Truth and that Sega and Koch Media have purchased Relic and Volition studios respectively.
THQ has announced it is officially over. For a while there we were all crossing our fingers that the slight hope of them staying strong was true. Well it isn’t, and all of their franchises are up for sale. Included in the sale are these titles: Turtle Rock Studios: Working Title “Evolve,” THQ Montreal: Working Title “1666,″Relic Entertainment: Working Title “Atlas, “Vigil Games: Working Title “Crawler,” Volition Studios: Saints Row 4, Relic Entertainment: Company of Heroes 2, Crytek UK: Homefront 2, Yukes: WWE ’14, 4A Games: Metro: Last Light, Obsidian: Southpark: The Stick of Truth, and of course Darksiders and Warhammer are also in the pipe.
Sad news came this week with the announcement that THQ was filing for bankruptcy. With a full slate of anticipated games coming out, many fans worried about what might happen. Jason Rubin, president of publisher THQ, has issued a statement detailing the company’s move towards bankruptcy, and explains how it's not as bad as it seems, (even though it is an unsettling industry trend).