1.4 Million Unsold Video Games Won't Be Buried in the Desert

Yesterday, we learned that the video game publisher THQ is sitting on 1.4 million unsold copies of uDraw, a hugely unsuccessful game designed around a tablet peripheral. uDraw was such a disastrous investment—it cost the publisher around $100 Million on production and lost revenue—that it is almost singlehandedly… »2/03/12 1:00pm2/03/12 1:00pm


Don't Blame uDraw, Blame Yourselves, Rankled Staff Tells THQ Executives

Though THQ recently beat back rumors it was readying itself for sale, all is not happy within its house. Earlier today the company restated that it's done with the kidstuff, blaming the commercial failure of its uDraw tablet, among other things, for its poor performance of late. The company's stock closed at 70 cents… »1/25/12 8:00pm1/25/12 8:00pm

Metro 2033: Last Light, uDraw HD and Other Highlights From the People at THQ

Publisher THQ had some good news and bad news to deliver today, starting with the not-so-great results from its last financial year. The publisher lost a cool $136 million USD. But it had some good news for fans of Metro 2033, Homefront and the very successful uDraw gaming tablet that hit the Wii last year. »5/03/11 5:40pm5/03/11 5:40pm