Nintendo has filed a new trademark for Eternal Darkness, the classic Gamecube horror game.
Hosts Garnett Lee and Jeff Cannata welcome in Shacknews' Andrew Yoon and Precusor's Paul Caporicci and Denis Dyack to talk The Last of Us, Silicon Knights, and the upcoming Shadow of the Eternals.
Precursor Games has decided to suspend its Kickstarter campaign and cancel its own Web site's crowd-funding, with plans to relaunch the Kickstarter (only) in a few weeks.
Precursor Games CEO Paul Caporicci says they "understand the skepticism" over its new studio's ties to Silicon Knights, but want the opportunity to show people that it's "a wholly different company."
Is Eternal Darkness coming back? New studio Precursor Games is promising a "spiritual successor" to the cult Nintendo horror game.
Silicon Knights has received a court order to destroy all game code that used the modified Unreal Engine, and recall and destroy any unsold copies. These include Too Human and X-Men: Destiny.
A new report details how Eternal Darkness 2 distracted Silicon Knights from X-Men Destiny--and how shipping such a poor product may have derailed the studio's chances on ever finishing that project.
Troubled developer Silicon Knights has confirmed additional layoffs following its loss against Epic Games.
The years-long lawsuit between Silicon Knights and Epic Games has come to an end, with the jury ruling in favor of Epic "on all counts."
Only $1 is at stake in the legal tussle between Silicon Knight and Epic Games that started trial last week.
A recent judges' ruling in the Silicon Knights vs. Epic Games' fiasco gives a clear advantage to Epic, by omitting discredited reports and testimony of a Silicon Knights' 'expert.'
Silicon Knights, developer of X-Men Destiny and Too Human, has confirmed sizable layoffs. The Canadian studio has let go of 45 employees, or slightly more than half of the team.
Silicon Knights, developer of games like Too Human, Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes, and Eternal Darkness, is rumored to have undergone "massive layoffs." The Canadian development studio, having just shipped X-Men Destiny, has apparently laid off all but 25
Activision has revealed the release date information for two of its upcoming titles: Prototype 2 and X-Men Destiny. Impatient? You can check out both games this week if you're heading to the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con.
Silicon Knights has gotten nearly $3 million in funding from the Ontario government, which president Denis Dyack says will help the company become self-sustainable, self-publishing, and bring on 80 new hires.
Silicon Knights boss Denis Dyack says that his company is keen on completing the Too Human franchise; however, no further details on when the final two games in the series would see release were revealed.