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Game publisher THQ, whose properties included Saints Row, Metro: Last Light and Company of Heroes, has auctioned off its assets, according to a Kotaku report.
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As everybody knows, the most striking thing about Windows 8 is its Metro interface -- those brightly colored tiles that serve as both shortcuts to programs and live widgets reporting data from those programs.
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