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January 24th, 2013, 09:39
Who’s getting what? Read bleow.

Company of Heroes and Warhammer 40,000 developer Relic Entertainment is going to Sega.

Saints Row developer Volition, Inc. and the Metro series are going to Koch Media (Deep Silver).

The Homefront franchise is going to Crytek.

THQ Montreal and the South Park license are going to Ubisoft.

Evolve, a game in development by Turtle Rock Studios (which worked on Left 4 Dead), is going to Take-Two Interactive.

THQ will “make every effort to find appropriate buyers” for its remaining assets, such as Darksiders developer Vigil Games.
Earlier there was news about the South Park license but it looks like it was resolved, or still might end up in legal trouble. Who knows.

As for me I like were some of the series and studios went but am worried about a few of them. I predicated Sega would get Relic so they have both Warhammer licenses now.

So whats your opinion and reaction on the sales?

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