Silicon Knights' Too Human not dead
Silicon Knights has confirmed that their Too Human series is not dead and gone despite a poor first outing.
Too Human was the first title in a trilogy but was almost universally panned by critics due to an awkward control system. However, Silicon Knights' boss Denis Dyack has pointed to poor support from Epic for the Unreal Engine that cause many of the game's issues.
Dyack said on the series: "We intend to finish the trilogy but no comment beyond that... You know, there's very public litigation around that."
The Ontario-based studio has filed a lawsuit against Epic claiming that the Unreal Engine developers spent the license fees obtained from Silicon Knights on the first Gears of War title and neglected to support licensees for the engine which had just been released.
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