In an exciting turn of events, THQ Nordic have reached an agreement to revive several old titles that were popular a long while ago. This is great because a whole new generation of gamers gets to see some older Nickelodeon titles and see how fun they were. There is no word on availability for these titles yet, but rest assured there are some good ones coming. Check out the full release below and get ready for a nostalgia trip when these titles hit shelves.
About THQ Nordic and Nickelodeon’s Agreement:
” THQ Nordic and Nickelodeon today announced the global revival of several game titles connected with Nickelodeon properties. The full list of game titles are: Avatar: The Last Airbender Back At The Barnyard Catscratch Danny Phantom El Tigre Invader Zim Jimmy Neutron My Life As A Teenage Robot Rocket Power Rocko’s Modern Life Rugrats SpongeBob SquarePants Tak And The Power Of JUJU The Fairly OddParents (US only) The Ren & Stimpy Show The Wild Thornberrys On-shelf availability will be announced in the coming months. “The appetite for Nickelodeon content old and new continues to grow and it’s exciting to bring our beloved content to new audiences through this partnership with THQ Nordic, ” said Jon Roman, Senior Vice President, Toys, Nickelodeon. “These titles were popular when they were first released and we can’t wait for fans around the world to rediscover their favorites.” “This one hits close to home! We are very proud of signing this agreement, which was originally executed by the “former” THQ Inc, ” comments Adrienne Lauer, VP Digital Sales & Business Development Americas at THQ Nordic. “We believe the combination of strong licenses and solid, crisp gameplay was one of THQ Inc’s trademark strategies, and we intend to continue this tradition. I am confident we chose one of the strongest partners for doing just that. It is a perfect fit for our “asset care” strategy: bringing back fan-favorites, continuing to support legacy games and make them available on current and even next-gen platforms.” “
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