Double Fine (Stacking, Brutal Legend) made a splash on Kickstarter by launching the most successive gaming campaign the platform has ever seen. Now they are in the news again by officially requesting the bankruptcy fillings of THQ which denotes their interest in what THQ will be selling off. This doesn’t mean that they will buy anything but it does suggest they are interested in making a bid on their assets.

THQ tried to sell the company to Clearlake Investments for an all-inclusive deal which was blocked by the courts. THQ must allow bids for their assets to get the best price for what they have to offer. The bidding will begin on January 22nd if mandated.

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