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THQ getting Brave?

Australian government listing indicates publisher commissioning Behaviour Interactive to create game based on Pixar's upcoming animated film.

Earlier this week, rumors swirled that THQ had canceled its entire 2014 game lineup and that the publisher had relinquished rights to a Disney intellectual property. THQ denied that speculation, and now it appears the Disney IP in question could be none other than an adaptation of Pixar's upcoming animated film Brave.

A listing for "Brave" on the Australian government's Office of Film and Literature Classification website (as spotted by Joystiq) notes that THQ is the publisher of a Behaviour Interactive-developed game based on the film Brave. That film--Pixar's 13th motion picture and its first with a female lead--is due out this summer.

THQ has a history of working on Pixar games. The publisher has worked on numerous Pixar titles from film franchises like Cars, Finding Nemo, and The Incredibles. Additionally, Behaviour Interactive (formerly Artificial Mind & Movement) developed 2001's Monster's Inc., also a Pixar property.

That said, the most recent Pixar video games--Toy Story 3: The Video Game and Cars 2: The Video Game--were published by Disney Interactive.

As of press time, THQ had not responded to GameSpot's request for comment.

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"THQ getting Brave?" was posted by Eddie Makuch on Thu, 19 Jan 2012 12:48:29 -0800

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