Too Human Wiped From Existence on Xbox Live

In November, a federal judge made the breathtaking order that all copies of Too Human had to be destroyed by its creator, Silicon Knights, as part of a $4 million judgment awarded to Epic Games in a nasty six-year suit-and-countersuit court battle between the two. We now see that this extended also to digital copies of … » 1/19/13 1:30pm 1/19/13 1:30pm

Silicon Knights Must Destroy Unsold Games

In 2007, Silicon Knights sued Epic over issues with the Unreal Engine (that it was unfinished and, thus, sabotaged Silicon Knights' work). Epic won the legal tussle earlier this year and was awarded US$4.45 million. The headaches for Silicon Knights don't end there. » 11/09/12 6:40am 11/09/12 6:40am

Too Human is Worth, Oh, a Few Bucks, Says Judge

The great Silicon Knights-Epic Games slapfight is at last underway in a courtroom, but already a judge has suggested that even if the maker of Too Human wins, it could lose. He's said that the damages up for grabs are $1. » 5/23/12 10:00pm 5/23/12 10:00pm

Courtroom Setback in Epic Fight 'Tis a Flesh Wound, Says Silicon Knights

Much has been made of a recent ruling adverse to Silicon Knights in its long-running lawsuit with Epic Games, the Gears of War maker whose Unreal Engine was to have been the guts of 2008 flop Too Human. Basically, a judge tossed out an expert witness for Silicon Knights; he was going to give his estimates of the losses … » 1/05/12 6:00am 1/05/12 6:00am

Too Human Trilogy Will Be Finished, Says Silicon Knights

Silicon Knights, the creators of Xbox 360 game Too Human, says it still "intend[s] to finish the trilogy" despite meager sales, middling critical reception and a very long development cycle. Studio founder Denis Dyack tells Industry Gamers it has no further comment, noting "You know, there's very public litigation around… » 5/02/11 3:40pm 5/02/11 3:40pm

Too Human Soundtrack Hits CD and iTunes

Too Human had a mixed reaction from reviewers. I thought the game had merit » 11/25/08 1:00pm 11/25/08 1:00pm, but was flawed. Now you can buy what some may say was the best part of the title: The music. The soundtrack, which was originally scored by Steve Henifin and performed by the FILMharmonic Orchestra and Choir Prague, is selling for $10 to $17…

Rumor: Sega Drops Silicon Knights' Unannounced Game

The newest issue of EGM, the one with Watchmen » 11/12/08 9:30pm 11/12/08 9:30pm's Rorschach on the cover, contains a rumor that the unannounced game that and developer Silicon Knights is prepping for Sega may have to find a new home. The title is said to be looking for a new publisher but doesn't expound upon the reasoning for the alleged change.…

Oh, So Too Human Didn't Take Ten Years To Make

Too Human was first announced as a PS1 game back in 1999, but does that really mean it's been ten years in development? Nope, no, no way, no dice says Silicon Knights boss Dennis Dyack, who says development on the title only begun in earnest once they'd finished with their Metal Gear Solid port for the GameCube. So not … » 8/26/08 1:30am 8/26/08 1:30am

Too Human Review: Dyack's Human Too

Too Human is neither as good nor as bad as many have made it out to be. The action role-playing game, nearly ten years in the making, built up quite a storm of controversy and expectations as it tumbled its way to completion and release. The game tackles a retelling of Norse mythology with a cyber twist and works to… » 8/22/08 2:00pm 8/22/08 2:00pm