EuroRPG developer Piranha Bytes announced its new game, to be published by Nordic Games, in utterly unremarkable fashion: via press release, with no meaningful details or a trailer or even actual game art. Just the image above, posted on Facebook, and a parade of buzzwords that would make any E3 press conference…
Death rides one more time in the upcoming Darksiders 2 Deathinative Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Let’s see the difference a rewritten renderer and enhanced lighting can make.
A "Definitive Edition" of Darksiders 2 is coming to the PS4, GameSpot has confirmed with publisher Nordic Games. Hooray for more new-gen ports?
Like Hannibal Lecter wearing that guard’s face, Nordic Games are planning to publish games under the THQ name and trademark.
Nordic Games brings us what appears to be an Indiana Jones-esque first-person globe-trotting experience called Deadfall Adventures. Also involved: shooting and explosions aplenty.
The Darksiders series isn't really dead. Nordic games owns it, and will presumably do something with it. But the series as we knew it, developed by Vigil Games, may as well have died earlier this year when Vigil went off and joined Crytek and left Darksiders behind, where no major publisher on Earth wanted anything…
The auctions following the closure of former publisher THQ are over. Homeworld, for example, was bought by Gearbox Software—as we learned earlier today. That's not all, of course. Nordic Games, the publisher behind games like Alan Wake on PC and Painkiller: Resurrection, nabbed a good number of THQ games.