Miller strikes back in Take-Two lawsuit
3D Realms chief Scott Miller has denied the bankrupt game developer ever received 12 million USD in funding from publisher Take-Two, who were set to publish the game maker's now canned FPS Duke Nukem Forever.
Take-Two have launched a lawsuit to recover the funds they say have been paid to 3D Realms.
"No. We didn't get a penny of that money," replied Miller, addressing the lawsuit on a ShackNews discussion thread.
"This, along with so much else, is 100 percent spin, being eaten up by those who have no clue whatsoever."
Take-Two, meanwhile, believe they are owed millions following 3D Realms' failure to complete the Duke's long awaited return. The publisher want a copy of the game's incomplete source code, as well.
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