THQ and Random House Put Transmedia on their Homefront

THQ and Random House Put Transmedia on their Homefront

posted Sunday Apr 10, 2011 by Jon Wurm

THQ and Random House Put Transmedia on their <i>Homefront</i>

Those of you who still read bound pages of paper with words on them, otherwise known as books, should be familiar with Random House who is known for their content creation and publishing of fiction, nonfiction and children's books. About a year ago they started expanding their horizons by entering into the video game industry with Homefront. The game has enjoyed some success and had average reviews, which considering it was their first video game ever, they do deserve some credit.

The content is what made Homefront a deep and immersing experience despite some lacking and sometimes funny gameplay mechanics courtesy of Kaos Studios, a division of THQ. The story is adapted from the novel which has lead them to expand their partnership with THQ to translate their written content across many different media types.

To find out if this transmedia adventure goes both ways, hit the break.

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