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Clearly not content with ditching the Red Faction franchise, THQ has also announced that its dropped the MX vs ATV franchise
The studio had lofty expectations for budget release MX vs ATV Alive, but the title failed to set the sales charts alight leading the publisher to drop the series. The publisher's shut down three internal development teams as a result, with 200 staff losing their jobs. Two..
Brink has knocked Zumba Fitness [urgh - Ed] off the top of the UK sales charts this week, scoring a domestic top-spot for developer Splash Damage
The brilliant LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean made it a one-two for new releases, finishing up in second. Of course, Zumba Fitness was still around to keep Mums happy, finishing up in third just ahead of Portal 2 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops. The other new..
THQ's announced that they've pushed Red Faction: Armageddon back to May 2011
The game was originally due to release in the busy first quarter, but will get breathing room in May. Alongside the date for Red Faction: Armageddon, THQ's also attached a Spring date to MX vs. ATV Alive and an early 2012 date for the next UFC title.