Rubin disappointed in lack of interest in Darksiders dev Vigil Games
THQ president, Jason Rubin has expressed his frustrations over the lack of interest in bidding for Vigil Games.
Vigil Games was undoubtedly a studio with a lot of talent as their Darksiders series has shown and Rubin had a large amount of confidence in their new IP, Crawler, as well.
Describing the lack of interest as a "travesty" Rubin said, "It makes no sense to me. If I weren't barred from bidding as an insider, I would have been there with my checkbook. I'm sure that's little consolation to the team, but that's a fact."
He added on the sales as a whole, "The price that the teams and products 'went for' at auction seem to me to have no bearing on the underlying value. If someone tries to judge the quality of the products by the price paid for them they are doing themselves no favor."
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