Silicon Knights' Games Swirl in Development Hell


Eurogamer reports on the findings of one intrepid NeoGAF user who has compiled a list of Silicon Knights' cancelled projects.

The thread, created by user Mama Robotnik, shows all of Silicon Knights' efforts to create games, and a large number of the projects ended up in Development Hell. There are also screenshots, pieces of concept art, and lots of extensive research on some of the titles, like The Pillars of Nosgoth and Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain for the Sega Saturn.

Silicon Knights was recently ordered to destroy all of the unsold copies of their games that use Unreal Engine 3, which include Too Human, following a lawsuit from Epic Games that claimed the developer used the engine and failed to pay royalties. This also meant they had to destroy unsold copies of their most recent release, which is 2011's X-Men: Destiny.

Keep it here to stay updated on any news concerning the Ontario-based developer.

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