Travelers Tales Coming To XboxCALABASAS HILLS, Calif.--June 11, 2002--THQ Inc. (NASDAQ:THQI) today announced that leading video game creator Travellers Tales is currently in development on Disney/Pixars "Finding Nemo" for PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox. The games, which have been in development for several months, are scheduled for release day and date with the "Finding Nemo" theatrical debut in summer 2003. THQs interactive adventures based on "Finding Nemo" are the first under the Companys exclusive, multi-property publishing agreement with award-winning interactive entertainment publisher Disney Interactive and the Academy Award(R)-winning Pixar Animation Studios. Travellers Tales 15-year history includes work across nearly every game system for nearly every major game publisher including Nintendo, Sega, Sony Computer Entertainment and most recently, Activision and Universal Studios Interactive. The studios acclaimed portfolio boasts top-selling games based on many of the popular Disney/Pixar animated theatrical releases including "Toy Story," "Toy Story 2" and "A Bugs Life." The Travellers Tales Web site is at www.t-tales.com. "Travellers Tales unparalleled experience both in developing compelling gaming experiences and working directly with the creative teams at Disney and Pixar make them the best possible studio to bring `Finding Nemo to PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox," said Mike Rubinelli, vice president, product development, THQ. "With more than a year left in development, we are already seeing the underwater world of `Finding Nemo come to life on the new systems in rich detail." "We are delighted to be combining our development expertise with THQs global publishing powerhouse," said Jon Burton, Travellers Tales. "It is an honor to be working with the gifted teams at Pixar and Disney once again on what promises to be another blockbuster animated feature film release." Written and directed by Academy Award(R)-nominee Andrew Stanton, "Finding Nemo" is a visually stunning underwater adventure, following the comedic and eventful journeys of two fish -- a father and his son Nemo -- who become separated in the Great Barrier Reef.