Former THQ president Jason Rubin Leaving THQ for the final time, with his giant dildo bat. 

As an aspiring game developer, the news of THQ finally going under really upset me today. While a lot of great studios found a home, and I hope they continue to create the quality games that they make, Vigil games was not one of them. I’ve been a big fan of the brash and visually beautiful Darksiders games. The Zelda adventure and puzzle feel, mixed with combat of God of War, with an over the top cartoony aesthetic style was something that was right up my alley. I don’t know what else to say than, I’m really sorry you guys didn’t get bought, and I’m really glad that I was able to play your games.