THQ has relaunched with a modern design, including a lineup of the company’s latest hit titles and a landing page for the company’s presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. There’s also the new global digital e-commerce destination powered by Digital River, showing THQ’s latest games while reflecting the company’s current branding.

“This is a significant shift in both the form and functionality for,” said Ryan Okum, vice president of interactive marketing, THQ. “While we’ve already reconstructed the site from the ground up to improve the user experience, over the coming months we will be rolling new features to build out a robust community experience by extending our player’s experience from the game to the web and vice versa.”