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THQ’s Clearance Sale–Everything Must Go!

THQ’s Clearance Sale–Everything Must Go!

Video game publisher THQ’s long bankruptcy saga continues. It has now been split up into separate chunks of either intellectual property or developers that it once owned. The chunks are being auctioned off and being scooped up by several different video game companies. The cheapest franchise license, Homefront, sold for around $500,000, which is a bargain compared to the most expensive which sold for close to $6 million.

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Adrian Diaz

Adrian Diaz is a second year Law student and is a staff editor at the IPLJ. He is interested in legal issues surrounding video games but really that’s just his excuse for playing lots of them.