de Blob Switch boxart
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Announced earlier today, THQ Nordic is publishing de Blob on Switch this holiday. Similar to the company’s other titles, this one will have a physical release. See the boxart above.
de Blob confirmed for Switch
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The Wii game de Blob is coming to Switch, THQ Nordic has announced. This had been previously rumored through retailer listings.
de Blob is launching on Switch later this year. THQ Nordic is working with Blitworks on the remastered version.
Here’s more information about de Blob:
Multiple European GameStop stores list de Blob and Legend of Kay Anniversary for Switch
Posted on 4 weeks ago by Andrew in News, Switch | 16 Comments | 0 Likes
So it looks like de Blob and Legend of Kay Anniversary might be coming to the Switch due to some listing on European GameStop stores.
THQ Nordic says de Blob was “a bit underrepresented” on Wii, cancelled online game was similar to Splatoon
Posted on 7 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Wii | 15 Comments | 0 Likes
de Blob didn’t achieve massive success, but the series was one of the more interesting experiments on Wii. THQ Nordic business and product development director Reinhard Pollice believes that the franchise has potentially, calling it “the perfect indie game.” Pollice added in an interview with GamesIndustry that de Blob “was a bit underrepresented on Wii,” and it should have been on Steam for the potential of being “a massive success.”
Nordic Games acquires de Blob IP
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in DS, General Nintendo, News, Wii | 3 Comments | 0 Likes
Nordic Games purchased a number of THQ IPs last year including Darksiders. Now you can add another franchise to the list: de Blob.
Nordic announced today that it successfully acquired de Blob from THQ. The company’s Reinhard Pollice said:
“de Blob is just a great and truly unique franchise. We are excited about what the future holds for this polychromatic extravaganza as the newest addition to our portfolio. We will evaluate opportunities with the existing games, as well as potential sequels.”
At least for the time being, it’s unclear how much Nordic paid to acquire the de Blob IP.