It was reported about a week ago that THQ, developer of many videogame titles, has since filed for bankruptcy and has been auctioned off to other developers.
THQ was well-known for producing various game titles ranging from the Saints Row series to the Red Faction series and even held licensing agreements with Disney, Pixar, Nickelodeon and WWE.
With news of their demise, the future of all THQ-produced games was in the air. Since 2011 THQ has been selling various parts of their organization, but the WWE franchise always stuck with them.
As THQ was picked apart piece by piece, Ubisoft, longstanding industry based in France widely known for their success of the Assassin's Creed and Far Cry franchises, acquired THQ's right to South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Publishing rights for Metro games and Volition, known for their Saints Row series, were picked up by Koch Media.
And the WWE series of games was acquired by Take-Two Interactive. This publisher spans the globe with development studios in places like California, New York, Toronto and the United Kingdom.
As owners of 2K Games and Rockstar Games, this developer is no stranger to massive successes. They've taken part in developing the Grand Theft Auto series, Red Dead series, BioShock series, Borderlands series, Max Payne series, LA Noire, Bully and major sporting titles such as NBA, MLB and NHL 2K.
Now, this developing heavyweight has the chance to get their hands dirty with their new acquisition of the WWE series. I'm sure Take-Two could elevate WWE games more than THQ did, but here's a few suggestions for them to play around with anyway.