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  #735515 20-Dec-2012 14:05
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Oh dear, I see THQ have filed for bankruptcy! I guess despite the millions this sale made it still wasn't enough.

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  #736299 22-Dec-2012 12:29
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lurker: Oh dear, I see THQ have filed for bankruptcy! I guess despite the millions this sale made it still wasn't enough.


This sale wasn't an attempt to stave off bankruptcy you know.  In fact, a rather hefty chunk of the revenue goes to charity (and Humble Bundle itself).

They've been in the red for a while, since far earlier this year.  And if you read THQ's press release, they already have a new investor who's agreed to come on board and get them back in the black.  They're not going to be eaten by EA.

 
 
 
 


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  #737186 25-Dec-2012 20:12
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Yep, there's nothing nefarious or cynical about what THQ did.

I already own Company of Heroes (all of them) but I bought this again just as an excuse to donate to charity and add it to my Steam library. I don't know if I will ever play the other games. If i'd thought about it I would have bought it as a gift for someone else and offered it here on Geekzone. In the future I will do that I think!

Humble Bundles are great, if I already have most of the games I pay for it anyway and choose my donation to go all to charity (+ a Humble Bundle tip for operating expensses). If not, I just leave it as per normal. I'm not a rich guy or anything, I pay just over the average, but I do it with every Humble Bundle that comes out. It's a great way of getting Indie games that you might not buy separately yourself, as well as being all-round great thing.


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