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Thursday March 31, 2011

Silicon Knights versus Epic: Round 151

Can someone just get a court date for these two already? Also (without taking sides), I just want to point out that "Too Human" sucking had nothing to do with the game engine it was made on...that game just sucked. eek!

In 2007, Silicon Knights sued Epic Games for failure to "provide a working game engine" for Too Human, causing the Ontario based game developer to "experience considerable losses." Silicon Knights' suit alleged that Epic was "sabotaging" Unreal Engine 3 licensees, withholding an improved version of that game engine while also using licensing fees to fund development of Gears of War, not to improve the Unreal Engine. In short, Silicon Knights said it didn't get what it was promised by Epic and it wants a cut of those Gears of War profits as compensation.

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