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Silicon Knights 'working on several exciting projects'


Jul 28
// Nick Chester
Silicon Knights, last seem dividing the videogame community over its much-hyped Too Human, have been relatively quiet lately. Until recently, when a potential upcoming title -- Siren in the Maelstrom -- was revealed by Telefi...
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Rumortoid: Silicon Knights making Sirens in the Maelstrom


Jul 25
// Jim Sterling
As we discussed last week, genius supercompany Silicon Knights has been looking for a new game to followup the critical acclaim and genre-defining success of Too Human. While it was believed that this meant Too Human 2: Look ...
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Job advertisement smells like Too Human 2 development


Jul 22
// Jim Sterling
If a recent ad posting on Gamasutra is to be believed, Silicon Knights is looking for fresh talent to work on a game, and that game may very well be Too Human 2. So far, all the world's babies have not cried out in tandem, so...
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Dyack: Too many games, not enough customers


Jul 17
// Jim Sterling
Denis Dyack has been having a good old moan about the state of the industry, claiming that too many games are being made, and that consumers are in danger of being overwhelmed if we don't embrace a "single platform."...
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Denis Dyack thinks Heavy Rain could be 'fantastic'


Jul 16
// Jim Sterling
Outspoken Too Human developer Denis Dyack has revealed that he has high hopes for Quantic Dream's Heavy Rain, believing that if it overcomes its potential pitfalls, it could be a brilliant title. "They're really trying t...
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Silicon Knights gets a VP, hands sharp swords to employees


Feb 09
// Brad Nicholson
Silicon Knights has hired financial sector veteran Michael Mays as the company’s new vice president. Mays now has the extraordinary job of working intimately with the company’s outspoken president and founder Deni...
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Silicon Knights lays off 26 employees who were not against Too Human


Oct 06
// Brad Nicholson
Today, Silicon Knights, developer of Eternal Darkness and workplace of the very outspoken Dennis Dyack, laid off 26 employees. Silicon Knights released an official statement citing “attrition” as the reason the cu...
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People not called Denis Dyack talk about Denis Dyack


Aug 28
// Jim Sterling
Denis Dyack has done a good job of making himself more talked about than his videogame, and as a result has become a figure of fun and contempt in recent weeks. MTV Multiplayer requested an interview with Silicon Knights staf...
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Dyack says that Too Human hasn't been in development all that long


Aug 25
// Brad Nicholson
Xbox360fanboy recently got the opportunity to tour Silicon Knights and talk to President of the company, Denis Dyack. In the interview with Dyack it was revealed that Too Human hasn’t been in development for a decade. I...
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Too Human is just like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings ... right


Aug 20
// Jim Sterling
Looks like Microsoft PR is weighing in on Too Human now, which is shocking since Silicon Knights was doing such a fine job on their own. Showing its support for the "trilogy" by comparing it to other famous trilogie...
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Too Human haters 'don't get it' according to Dyack


Aug 19
// Jim Sterling
With Too Human's release date fast approaching, it seems that Denis Dyack's mouth is running into overdrive. According to Silicon Knights' chief demagogue, people who dislike Too Human only do so because the game is far too i...
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Dyack: Epic defrauded the games industry


Aug 18
// Jim Sterling
Sh*t On Denis Dyack Day continues with our third story on the lovable loudmouth. This time, Denis dredges up the ongoing legal battle between Epic Games and Silicon Knights. Claiming that Epic defrauded a large portion of the...
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Silicon Knights' next game 'nothing like' Too Human: Good game confirmed?


Aug 18
// Jim Sterling
Denis "the words just fall out of my mouth" Dyack has shed a few pinpricks of light on Silicon Knights' next project, claiming it will be "nothing like" Too Human or Eternal Darkness. Considering I've not ...
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Dyack: Industry consolidating like 1930's Hollywood


Aug 18
// Jim Sterling
Prophetic Silicon Knights boss Denis Dyack has made one of his bold predictions, suggesting that a series of big mergers, similar to ActiBlizzard, is heading our way. Comparing the games industry to 1930's Hollywood, the Nost...
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Denis Dyack: I'm like, soooo controversial, man ... radical


Aug 07
// Jim Sterling
The infamous president of Silicon Knights, Denis Dyack, has been courting controversy for a while, ever since his first temper tantrum over Too Human. He's blamed everyone and everything for his upcoming game's failings, sued...
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Too Human finished ... may God have mercy on us all


Aug 02
// Jim Sterling
It appears as if Too Human's long and painful development has finally been put to rest and, presumably, Denis Dyack can go back on his meds again. That's right, Too Human is gold and ready to go. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the (...
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And then this happened: Denis Dyack gets interviewed by Penthouse Pets


Jul 30
// Nick Chester
I'd like to shake the hand of whoever came up with the idea to put videogame industry folks into a bed with scantily clad Penthouse Pets. Das Gamer and Complex magazine, I salute you. The latest in Das Gamers' video series, S...
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Four reasons why you should be 'for' (or 'against') Silicon Knights' Too Human


Jun 30
// Nick Chester
At the Electronic Gaming Expo in 1999, Silicon Knights announced an ambitious, four-disc project they called Too Human. Since then, the title has had a tumultuous development history, finding a potential home on Nintendo's Ga...
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Rumortoid: First footage of Silicon Knights' The Crucible: The Evil Within


Jun 16
// Nick Chester
More than just mere words on the Internet, the great Father's Day marketing leak of 2008 has produced this video of a title simply labeled as The Crucible. Here are some quick leaps in logic: Silicon Knights is working on a g...
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Denis Dyack: Too Human will be ready soon, for real this time


Jun 14
// SRVSLPS
To some, the latest entry in Denis Dyack's blog might not seem all that newsworthy: Too Human for the Xbox 360 is all but complete. Then again, we're talking about the first entry in a three-part trilogy that's been the talk ...
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Too unkind towards Too Human? Apparently, Destructoid is


May 28
// Jim Sterling
Ontario newspaper the St. Catharines Standard has interviewed local developer Denis Dyack about his upcoming controversial 360 title, Too Human. The interview discusses plans for Silicon Knights' expansion should the game sel...
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Dennis Dyack says there is a 'strong possibility' for Eternal Darkness 2


May 16
// Colette Bennett
The thing about horror games is, you can usually classify them into a handful of labels. Survival horror is the most popular and most titles fall under that umbrella, but some have suggested "combat horror" as a bra...
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Too Human demo in the works? You better believe it


May 15
// Jordan Devore
Chatting it up with Eurogamer, Silicon Knights head honcho Denis Dyack revealed that a demo for Too Human is currently being planned for release on Xbox LIVE Marketplace."We haven't announced a date yet. Our goal is to t...
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Too Human screens get too leaked too soon and that's too bad


May 13
// Jim Sterling
This is hilarious. Will Microsoft have anything left to show today? The 'Soft's Gamers Day has sprung more leaks than the Titanic, and far be it from us to help stem the flow. Up next, Too Human screenshots.Xbox 360 exclusive...
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Too Human will make it if we just BELIEVE!


Mar 05
// Jim Sterling
Silicon Knights president Denis Dyack has made a heart-tugging statement explaining why he's stuck with Too Human, despite its notorious problems.  Say "Too Human" to any gamer right now and you can expect a re...
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More Canadian love for Destructoid: Talking Wii on Straight Talk


Feb 04
// Faith
Guess CHCH TV loves me, because in less than a week since my last appearance they invited me back to appear on another show called Straight Talk with Connie Smith. Straight Talk covers the hot topics in the news and in this s...
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Microsoft keeping out of Epic/Silicon Knights squabble


Nov 13
// Jim Sterling
By now you should all be aware of the legal battle between Epic Games and Silicon Knights over troubles with Too Human and the Unreal Engine. If you've been wondering just where Microsoft fits into the accusations and the mud...
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'360 and PS3 are equal,' says Denis Dyack


Nov 06
// Jim Sterling
Outspoken Silicon Knights boss Denis Dyack has recently claimed that despite public perception, the consoles of Sony and Microsoft are looking pretty even to developers. We may claim that the PlayStation 3 is a sun-powered Go...
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Too Human still coming out, we've got too many new screenshots to prove it


Oct 17
// Nick Chester
The last time we really heard about Too Human, the game's developer, Silicon Knights, was throwing legal mud at Epic Games over Unreal Engine 3. I think a few of us might have forgotten that there was an actual game at the he...
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Too Human: Kicking the crap out of robots


Oct 15
// Jim Sterling
Too Human has the right idea -- smash all the robots to bits and pieces before the dreaded Robolution can begin! Mr. Destructoid excluded, robots are shifty and dangerous and will enslave humanity inside infernal robot bakeri...

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