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Post by Eorl @ 10:44am 10/11/12 | 2 Comments
After the recent defeat of the Canadian studio Silicon Knights against Epic Games over the use of their Unreal Engine, details are emerging that the studio has had to destroy all games built with the engine technology.

Eurogamer is reporting that a recent 41 page legal document that has been spotted on the ever resourceful NeoGaf has revealed that the Canadian studio has had to recall and destroy all games that used the Unreal Engine 3, at their own expense. This will more than likely make the existing copies much more valuable than they previously were, which are currently selling for mere dollars on various sites.

The titles currently affected by this recall include Too Human, The Box/Ritualyst, The Sandman, X-Men: Destiny and Siren in the Maelstrom. Silicon Knights has also been told that they must destroy all code for the Unreal Engine 3 powered games by December 10th 2012.

Currently the studio is said to be a shell of its former self, with only five or so staff remaining, including the controversial chief Denis Dyack.

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Posted 10:59am 10/11/12
They should close down and then ask Unreal "Who's going to do the recall now b****?" :P
Posted 09:38am 12/11/12
This is sad news, I want my Eternal Darkness sequel... Nintendo should give it to Retro!
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