What can I say about Toy Headquarters. Well, I already knew the company since the 90's. I was always a Nintendo fan.As a consumer of the Nintendo brand I acquired through my parents at that time a series of really unforgettable titles, such as: Home Alone 1 or The Great Waldo Search for the SNES. Time went by and I grew up to become a teenager. By the time of the Nintendo 64 I had in my hands WCW vs. nWo: World Tour or WCW Nitro. At that time THQ had the WCW license. I also had Penny Racers for the Nintendo 64, a car game similar to Mario Kart 64 or Diddy Kong Racing. I have to be honest, Penny Racers wasn't a bad title for the Nintendo 64, but I have to admit that at the time Mario Kart 64 and Diddy Kong Racing were monsters of video games so the competition was tough. After 2000 and Nintendo moved from the cartridge to digital format I focused on the PC. On PC I played X: Beyond the Frontier, Summoner, Evil Dead: Hail to the King, Red Faction, MotoGP: Ultimate Racing Technology, WWF Raw and, for me, one of the greatest racing games I've played to date, Juiced, among other THQ titles. Here at GOG I have the following games in my catalogue: Darksiders 1+2+3, Titan Quest Anniversary Edition, Alone in the Dark: The Trilogy 1+2+3, Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare, Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy, AquaNox & AquaNox 2: Revelation, Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition, among others. So more than a fan of THQ, I have to say that I am a fan of their work, of their videogames. And thanks to the people behind each video game I have been able to enjoy alone or accompanied by incredible experiences as a child, teenager and now as an adult. Congratulations to all the people who work at THQ Nordic for this 10th anniversary. Thanks to Nordic Games for rescuing Toy Headquarters and not letting it die. Best regards!