Warner Brothers have also requested the same documentation. Double Fine and THQ have worked together in the past, as they published Stacking and Costume Quest.
It may be the case that Double Fine wants to see about getting back control of their creations, or perhaps they might be curious if they could snap up another IP.
Licenses for franchises like Saints Row, Red Faction and other established properties will be going entering auction this January 22nd. Those among the interested parties are Ubisoft, EA, Warner Brothers and now Double Fine.
"THQ: Both Warner Brothers and Double Fine productions have asked for bankruptcy filings in the THQ case," Distressed Debt Investing. THQ had intended to sell all their assets in one go to investment firm Clearlake, however a US judge ruled against the move and order an auction be held for individual assets.
Double Fine 'asks for THQ bankrupcty filings', reveals source
11 January 2013 | By Simon Priest