Tag: Silicon Knights


Too Human Developer Joins New Studio - 2014-11-06 15:11:49

Too Human Developer Joins New Studio

 |  Brendan Quinn
From losing the legal battle with Epic Games, to the bizarre child porn charges of his Precursor Games co-founder, to the triple failure on Kickstarter, Silicon Knights founder Dennis Dyack has had quite a run of bad luck over the years. Not a man to be kept down, Dyack is at it again with yet […]
Precursor Games Halts Eternal Darkness Sequel, Shuts Down

Precursor Games Halts Eternal Darkness Sequel, Shuts Down

 |  Wayne Santos
In local news, Precursor Games, the small outfit composed of former Silicon Knights members, including Denis Dyack, is shutting down and putting development of Shadow of the Eternals “on hold.” The announcement came on the official Precursor Games forum on Friday morning. The game, which was an unofficial sequel to the original, critically acclaimed Eternal […]
Too Human Removed From Xbox Live Marketplace - 2013-01-18 18:47:48

Too Human removed from Xbox Live marketplace

 |  Victoria Brown
Silicon Knights’ Too Human has been removed from the Xbox Live Marketplace and Games on Demand today, possibly in connection with the recent legal battle between developer Silicon Knights and Epic over the Unreal Engine.
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Denis Dyack blames “fart apps” for a devalued gaming industry

 |  Eric Weiss
The Silicon Knights boss sees the App Store as a problem if no one’s making any money.
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Denis Dyack: Social games are going to “crash very hard”

 |  Eric Weiss
The Silicon Knights boss is waiting for the Facebook gaming bubble to collapse.
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Denis Dyack wants to finish the Too Human trilogy

 |  Todd Campbell
Silicon Knights hasn’t forgotten about Too Human.
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Digital Extremes gets $2.5M from Ontario government

 |  Eric Weiss
The Darkness II developer will soon be expanding with the help of the provincial government.


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