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THQ Cancels Insane Trilogy

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Posted August 6, 2012 by Brad in News
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THQ has released unfortunate news regarding Insane, the project by Volition Studios and movie director Guillermo Del Toro–the series has been cancelled in its pre-production stage. It was first revealed in a cryptic video in December of 2o10, but has remained quiet for the past year and a half. The project was in very early exploratory development, according to THQ, and no development teams were harmed by the cut.

The plan was to create a trilogy of unique horror games inspired by Guillermo Del Toro’s unique style. As the director of dark artistic films such as Pan’s Labyrinth, Toro was the man for the job, but the project failed to unfold as THQ had planned. Perhaps Toro will make another attempt in the gaming industry, but until then we will have to satisfy our dark Guillermo Del Toro needs from his movies.

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