Historical accuracy is obviously not the forte of the latest expansion to Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. Well, unless there really were pink samurai running around stabbing Spartan pikemen. And each other.
Robert Daly, the head of Deadliest Warrior: The Game developer Pipeworks Software, today resigned from his position, saying he regrets misleading others into thinking that he was a Green Beret.
Accusations by a group of former Green Berets that Pipeworks Studio head Robert Daly never served in the Special Forces aren't true, the head of Foundation 9 tells Kotaku.
This is Pipeworks, an Oregon-based game studio headed up by Robert Daly. Apparently, Daly's been saying he was in the Special Forces. But at least one Special Forces website, that's not exactly true. Updated with response from Pipeworks disputing the accusations.
Someday, we may get The Daily Show: The Video Game or Spike TV Video Game Awards: The Game, thanks to the formation of 345 Games, the new video game arm of Comedy Central and Spike TV. The first two titles to come from that studio will be Deadliest Warrior: Legends and Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon, both for Xbox…