Desert Island Games: Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack

Gamasutra speak to Denis Dyack, president of Canadian developer Silicon Knights.

The studio was founded by Dyack in 1992, and released their first title, Cyber Empires, soon after. Though PC strategy/action hybrids Fantasy Empires and Dark Legions proved popular and were well regarded, the company's first PlayStation release in 1996, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, was their real breakthrough. Silicon Knights was signed as a second-party developer for Nintendo two years later and released Eternal Darkness and Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes for GameCube, before ending their contract with the publisher in 2004.

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