THQ cancels Guillermo del Toro horror game Insane
6th Aug 2012 | 21:45
Battling publisher THQ has abandoned work on the next-generation trilogy
Rights to the Insane license have been handed back to film director Guillermo del Toro, who had been working on the project in a consultant capacity at
Insane had the hallmarks of THQ's outgoing games boss Danny Bilson; an exorbitant and ambitious project tied to the movie industry. No detail on the game was ever disclosed.
The ramifications of cancelling the project, and what it means for development staff at Volition, are not known.
THQ has been struggling after a dismal beginning to 2012 when its major release,
Earlier in the year, THQ decided against publishing the Tomonobu Itagaki game