That means the Kung Fu Panda sequel, Shrek's Puss in Boots and The Penguins of Madagascar are all heading for game development.
“The three properties announced today, in addition to MegaMind, underscore our commitment to reinvigorating our portfolio of licensed games for kids and families with top global entertainment brands," said Doug Clemmer of THQ, reports .
A deal for DreamWorks' MegaMind was already in place, and this helps keep THQ busy as their arrangement with Pixar goes cold next year. The Penguins of Madagascar is the first title and is spring 2010 bound, with the other two in 2011. Great, or awful news?
THQ "reinvigorating" licensed title portfolio with DreamWorks deal
03 December 2009 | By Simon Priest