Neoseeker : News : THQ cancels pre-production work on inSANE and returns rights to Guillermo del Toro
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bluexy Aug 6, 12
Wahh, I hoped to see what Guillermo Del Toro would have done with a video game. He seemed so excited when he announced it at the VGAs. Hopefully he's able to take it somewhere else and make it bacon.

Just another example of everything the VGAs touch going awry. EVERYTHING, NO FREE PASSES. I'M OUT.
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Le3F Aug 6, 12
just one more reason to hate spike tv.....so many broken promises.....so...many....
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BlackLabel Aug 7, 12
I know I shouldn't say this but he should shop his idea around to companies like Activision, companies that have the money to support a game like this. I do feel sorry for Guillermo but at the same time THQ have to think about their own future and right now I do not blame them for focusing on sequels. They need the money right now and the way to do that is to release Company of Heroes 2, Darksiders 2, WWE 13 and Saints Row 4, you do not make money by supporting risks such as this.
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oni_hero Aug 7, 12
Honestly, I think the game will end up bombing if it is ever made. Not sure why, just this felling in my gut.
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MissingScore Aug 7, 12
I don't know too much about inSANE but it sounds like it was going to be more of a straight up horror? As oppose to focusing on action with gore that the majority of supposed horror games go for.

If so it would be a shame if it fades away completely, could have been a shot in the arm for the genre.
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