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Too Human peeks out, reemerges soon

On his latest developer blog, Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack explains just what happened to Too Human, an action title about cybernetic gods. Savvy readers will know that Too Human dropped from the public radar after a highly criticized showing at E3 2006. Many publications were quick to point out...

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Where was Too Human at X06? Dyack explains

Eclipsed by a plethora of announcements at X06, Too Human's absence went without much of a fuss. In a recent post on developer Silicon Knights' blog, President Denis Dyack explained that the decision was "made immediately after E3. We made the decision to next show the game when we are ready and we...

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High-res Too Human magazine scans reappear

Those scans from this May's EGM featuring tons of Too Human coverage that we posted about last week, and had already been taken down, have (unsurprisingly) cropped up elsewhere on the internets. If you didn't think Too Human was ambitious before, prepare to read a compelling argument otherwise. If...

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Too Human gets cover treatment in May's EGM

Turns out those small shots of Too Human that we linked to last week were from a print mag, May's issue of EGM to be precise. Silicon Knights' upcoming title -- part of a planned trilogy and one of the much anticipated "second-wave" of 360 games -- gets some real VIP treatment, with...

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A preview of Silicon Knights' Too Human

Following their preview of Bioware's sci-fi RPG Mass Effect, UGO has a preview of another developer's game that had some striking similarities: both are being developed in Canada; both are sci-fi stories; both are written in-house, and not licensed; both are part one of a planned trilogy; and both...

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Denis Dyack on Too Human and the future of gaming

Denis Dyack is the head honcho of Silicon Knights, the Canadian game-developer working on one of the 360's most anticipated "second wave" titles, Too Human. Formerly a second-party developer with Nintendo, Silicon Knights is known for darker titles like Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem...

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