Vigil Games was an Austin, Texas based game development company owned by THQ. It was formed by comic artist Joe Madureira and David L. Adams.
Vigil Games was founded in 2005 by Joe Madureira, David Adams, Marvin Donald and Ryan Stefanelli. Vigil Games became a part of the THQ family in 2006, and was located in Austin, Texas. Vigil Games was housed in Four Points Centre where THQ leased 33,000 square feet.
Although much of THQ's assets were sold in an auction as part of bankruptcy hearings, Vigil itself received no bids. In a letter written by THQ's CEO Brian Farrell, it was stated that Vigil would remain part of the Chapter 11 case and that THQ would still try to find a suitable buyer for the properties not sold in the auction, but that there would be immediate job losses in the affected entities.
At the time of bankruptcy, Vigil was developing Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium.
In a posting on Twitter, Platinum Games producer Atsushi Inaba expressed interest in acquiring the Darksiders franchise from THQ. In the end, Nordic Games acquired the Darksiders franchise, along with the Red Faction and MX vs. ATV franchises.
On January 28, 2013, Crytek started a new studio called Crytek USA in Austin, Texas consisting of the 35 former Vigil Games employees.
Other former Vigil Employees have gone to work for Retro Studios, Battlecry Studios, and more.
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