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It looks like THQ has plans on releasing another fighting game from a major developer, according to CVG.

What do you think it will be?

"Speaking to us in New York City this weekend, core games VP, Danny Bilson said, "when we announce it you'll go, 'oh they're going with THQ, cool'.

"The fighting group is actually taking on the management of another game that we're going to announce at E3 that has a certain amount of melee combat in it but it's... we'll announce it at E3," he said, stopping short of blabbing all the details.

"It's a major developer and you'll get exactly what I'm talking about when I'm able to talk about it. It's really cool, it's another one of the things I'm doing to rebuild everything around the core division of THQ," he added.

Bilson went on to tell CVG that THQ is working with "some developers that you'll know," but stressed that "it takes me two, three years to build an awesome game."

Undisputed is "our Madden", it will be released every year.

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# 1 allBthere @ 03/31/10 12:00 PM
It sounds to me like an established franchise. I saw people commenting on the article saying things like killer instinct etc.

There are no fighting franchises from the past that interest me anymore that are not either released or in development. So for example if it was killer instinct; I wouldn't care enough to even read a preview.

What I've been hoping for on this generation of consoles was another K-1 Sequel especially coming to the 360 since the last couple were ps2 exclusive. --- if that were to happen that would make my day, but the problem is k-1 has lost a lot of relevance since it's major stars have retired or kind of disappeared. K-1's hay-day was 1993-2002 approx. Those games though were fun and provided a unique experience, so I'm still hoping for that.

As soon as you see "fighting game" though, that kind of excludes sport in my eyes and it's more fantastical fiction type fighting.

But still...I mean how many kickboxing game's have you played?

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