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'I failed to find Vigil a home.'
'I failed to find Vigil a home.'
January 25, 2013 | By Staff

January 25, 2013 | By Staff
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"I failed to find Vigil a home. Having just finished a product, Vigil was farthest from release of their next game, and we were not able to garner any interest from buyers, despite a herculean effort."
- Jason Rubin reflects on his accomplishments -- and, in this case, failures -- during his short tenure in THQ's final days in an interview with Game Informer.

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Alan Rimkeit
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:( I wish I won the lottery today. I would buy their company to make more awesome games. *sigh* Best wishes to all.

Nathaniel Smith
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I am saddened everytime I read an article about THQ. All the best to the employees and gamers of THQ.

Kujel Selsuru
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Honestly I wasn't happy about Jason Rubin taking over the reins for THQ and in the end he wasn't able to save them :( THQ really was one of the few publishers I didn't hate.


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