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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:16pm 13/06/12 | 3 Comments
Fans of the Darksiders series are amped at the potential for the series to continue to roll out so we can follow the individual stories of all four horseman of the apocalypse, but continuing his tirade against the current core model for THQ, newly appointed core games boss, Jason Rubin, thinks Vigil could be working on something else.

"Darksiders II is very interesting but I think I can get that team to make other very interesting games," he told The Verge.

You can take that any which way you like, but as a massive fan of that series and Vigil on the whole, I seriously hope it's not the last we see of Darksiders.



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Khel
Posted 05:32pm 13/6/12
So they bring a new guy in to save THQ, and so far hes taken a s*** on two of their biggest selling franchises? Sounds like a good move.
Enska
Posted 05:52pm 13/6/12
Yeah, sounds like a classic case of the new guy trying to fix what aint broke.
Trauma
Posted 08:00pm 13/6/12
One of their studios could make games other than Darksiders?

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