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Troubled shooter Devil's Third will be released in 2014

Posted: 02.01.2014 by nickhorth1

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Valhalla Game Studio's third-person shooter Devil's Third, delayed for over a year due to publisher THQ's rapid decline, will be released in 2014, according to developer Tomonobu Itagaki.

Devil's Third "going along really well," still looking for a publisher

Posted: 29.05.2013 by Technet2k

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With THQ pulling out, the publishing rights to third-person shooter Devil's Third from Tomonobu Itagaki's Valhalla Game Studios reverted back the developer, which is still proceeding with the game, reveals Itagaki-san.

They're "discussing things with publishers" as of now, as the team continue to "expand on and deepen" the game whilst they wait. He's "definitely building this up Itagaki-style."

Rights to Devil's Third revert to Tomonobu Itagaki and Valhalla

Posted: 05.07.2012 by Technet2k

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THQ has officially lost its connection to Tomonobu Itagaki's upcoming Devil's Third, which means the rights to the IP return to Valhalla Game Studios. THQ will not be publishing it.

The Ninja Gaiden creator confirmed the rights have returned to him and the team. The most important thing is "gamers' happiness," said Itagaki-san. Valhalla "can't thank THQ enough."

Devil's Third dropped from THQ "personally disappointed" Bilson

Posted: 31.05.2012 by Technet2k

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Losing Devil's Third from the THQ line-up wasn't a happy moment for Danny Bilson as he'd been "deeply involved" in the project. It came down to only having so much money to allocate.

Bilson affirms it's "not about stopping a game that had problems," but simply having a "limited amount of slots we can fund". THQ are "looking for help to finish the game" from Valhalla.

THQ: Guillermo Del Toro's inSane "is not cancelled!" Poll

Posted: 17.05.2012 by Technet2k

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While THQ has delayed Obsidian Entertainment's South Park RPG and dropped Tomonobu Itagaki's Devil's Third from their line-up, questions remained over Guillermo Del Toro's inSane.

The game's development hasn't been cancelled, announced THQ's Danny Bilson, but there's no clarification if they'll be publishing it or letting it go elsewhere. '8 to 10 years to build.'