I'll ask again, what original IP, non licensed (example, WWF, SpongeBob) and non-other company developed n published (example, Sonic Advance, Destruction Derby 64) was worth remembering?
I recall Juiced being good in mags, but never played it. Most of the THQ GBC/GBA releases were licensed or just published by THQ.
They had some decent licensed stuff (not Wayforward good, but better than some others), but tons of dregs that weigh down their name.
Notable THQ original ip franchises owned by the THQ Nordic family Darksiders (remastered on all 8th gen consoles including Wii U along with a 3rd main entry and a prequel spin off that is coming to everything including Stadia), De Blob (remastered on all 8th gen consoles save for Wii U), Destroy All Humans! (remake coming to everything but Switch
and Atari VCS
), Homefront through Koch Media, Metro also through Koch Media, MX vs. ATV, Red Faction, MotoGP through Milestone and Koch Media, Saints Row also through Koch Media along with Volition which along with Rainbow Studios are the only former THQ studios to care over along with Gunfire Games having ex-Vigil Games staff for Darksiders.
Notable THQ ips owned by other studios post original THQ closing list: Warhammer 40,000 series and Company of Heroes series owned by Sega with Relic Entertainment dev team (hope Sega sells the Warhammer 40,000 series and Company of Heroes series and Relic Entertainment back to THQ Nordic as Sega is bleeding money!), Homeworld through Gearbox Software (I hope this ip gets away from the evil Randy Pitchford aka Randy Pitchfork and goes back to THQ Nordic, if Borderlands 3 under performers, maybe they will sell it back to THQ Nordic why not.), Drawn to Life is currently owned by 505 Games, (hope that 505 Games sells that back to THQ Nordic as 505 Games has done little with that ip.)