MTV Multiplayer writes: "Not everything that is awesome needs to be in a trilogy.
So should we ever be suspicious when a major video game is announced to be an epic three-parter? Do players of pre-determined trilogies get shortchanged on a full plot, a full offering of game levels, a real ending - a full game?
In the first of a two-parter, I ask these questions to Denis Dyack, president of Silicon Knights and chief architect of the upcoming "Too Human" trilogy.
Multiplayer: Your game is being announced as a trilogy, correct?
Denis Dyack, President, Silicon Knights: That's correct.
Multiplayer: I hear about a lot of games being announced as trilogies. They don't always become full trilogies. But "Halo" recently was a trilogy that concluded. [Dyack grins]… I don't know where you're going already…
Dyack: I do. [laughing]"