If a recent job listing is anything to go by, Too Human developer Silicon Knights could be working on a multiplatform RPG.
Too Human, Too?
Thing is, Too Human 2 is supposedly an Xbox 360 exclusive, but this claims the projects to be multiplatform. Maybe they've shifted it to being a Microsoft exclusive: Xbox 360, PC? @Below - I'm sorry, Games for Windows maybe?
Microsoft exclusive? Ok...so PC is owned by Microsoft huh? kk
He meant games for windows LIVE exclusive. it should be pretty obvious. and are they really gonna make another one? i thought the last one didnt do to hot... how do we know MS didnt cancel the trilogy and silicon knights isnt working on a new game?
Well it wouldn't surprise me that Microsoft decided to not support them after the failure that was Too Human. Who would.
I'm surprised Microsoft supports them, they closed down the team behind Halo: Wars which actually sold fairly well indeed.
Yes but they announced that studio would be closed down way before Halo Wars was even released.
no more of that. That game was balls
Expect a release date sometime in 2016
2016 is a bit soon! im guessing theyl wait for duke nukem forever and release it after that! just so sales can show off how great their game is! :P
Do they still have the rights to Legacy of Cain...or is that Eidos. Regardless a remake or a new Legacy of Cain would kill!
Legacy of Kain, damn it!
Doesnt eidos still own the Legacy of Kain
would be awesome :) or even soul reaver
Cant' say I am excited since their game on xbox 360 was hyped more than lair and failed miserably.
Why would they be foolish enough to develop a multiplatform rpg, when they could make a superior PS3 exclusive?
Please, let's not start arguements...
That good sir is not an argument. Just a very smart business move that they should look into. For the sake of their company and great games in the future. ONLY on PS3
this one joined 15 hours ago.
You sir, are an idiot.
I loved two humans Setting, Mythology and When the Ending came up i was like, Finally this game is getting good..... then the credits came up..... sort the controls and over haul the gameplay and then were talking....
Are they really making a Too Human 2 still? The game had a nice idea but the game itself was not good. CONTROLS UGGHHH!! But I am interested in seeing what they got coming up. Edit: Holy smokes I forgot they made Legacy of Kain, that game was really good, I hope they make another.... Funny I was just thinking about how fun that game was for the Xbox/PS2 a couple days ago.
If I recall correctly, Silicon Knights received $4 Million funding by the Candian Government. According to Wikipedia their "In Development" Titles include: -Untitled Collaboration with SEGA (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) -Untitled Too Human Sequel (Xbox 360) -Untitled Too Human Threequel (Xbox 360) -Siren in the Maelstrom Whether or not the Two Proposed Sequels to Too Human see light remains to be seen, following the release of the Original, the company were forced to let go of 28 Members of Staff, if sequels were recieved the same it could prove a catastrophe to the company, however, many will hold grudges for there being a lack of a follow-up from the cliff-hanger of the first title.
... Legacy of Kain instead of Too Human..... please.
could this be another overhyped failure...
I want another Eternal Darkness
They are the developers of twin snake, right?
this will be interesting.
"Rumour: Silicon Knights Developing Multiplatform RPG" that will arrive on both PS5 and Xbox 1440, and play like crap.
and less shooters.
million to one ill have a gun in it
yay i wanna see more rpg's!!!
It's like, sure, Silicon Knights is developing a new game, but who gives a shit.
This wouldnt be that suprising. Seeing as how there last game was a pretty big failure. Lets just hope something good comes out of them this time. They made Eternal Darkness, which was awesome. So they at least have an opportunity of making something good.
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