THQ has signed a multi-year licensing agreement that will allow them to develop videogames based on Conan. If you're confused as to why they'd purchase a seemingly out-of-date license, it seems the franchise is about to be "re-launched." The agreement covers development for all current and next-gen systems as well as PC, wireless and handheld platforms.

"THQ's proven success with high-profile licensed properties will ensure Conan games deliver an interactive experience worthy of a truly legendary character," said Fredrik Malmberg, Head of Licensing & Creative Affairs at Paradox Entertainment. "Developing next-gen console games is a huge commitment and we're happy to be working with one of the strongest companies in the video game industry."

About Conan:
Conan was created in the 1930's by Robert E. Howard, and there have been over 12 million books featuring the character sold worldwide. Conan continues to be a successful comic book licenses and the franchise will soon undergo a major re-launch across all media worldwide.

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