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Serving, it's not just for restaurants any more. As Too Human's Denis Dyack describes it, 'serving' is a gameplay component of co-op found in Silicon Knights' nearly complete mythical opus, whereby one player knocks opponents skyward while the other makes with a mid-air smack down. Think of it as j...

June 25th 2008 at 3:30am 0 Comments
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Silicon Knight's controversy-fuelled Too Human is nearly finished, as company president Denis Dyack confirms on his IGN blog that the game "is likely just days away" from being completed. Writes Dyack, the team is currently working to squelch a pair of "rare crash bugs" before sending the long-in-d...

June 13th 2008 at 1:30pm 0 Comments
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As I violently disassembled insectile robots into their constituent sparks and parts, someone asked me which game Too Human reminded me of. Without pause, I pointed towards Devil May Cry, Capcom's over-the-top display of acrobatic swordsmanship and stylish oneupmanship. It made perfect sense -- the...

February 20th 2008 at 6:30am 0 Comments
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Are we seeing a movement developing? No sooner does EA's Gerhard Florin say he'd like to see an "open, standard platform" then game designer extraordinaire Denis Dyack says he sees such an idea as "inevitable." Writing for the UK's Official Xbox Magazine (as reported by Computer & Video Games),...

October 23rd 2007 at 12:01pm 0 Comments
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Silicon Knights president Denis Dyack was just keeping it real when he confessed to IGN that the Too Human trilogy might drag on past the Xbox 360's life cycle. Ya think? The ongoing legal drama with Epic is just the latest hiccup in what's close to a decade-long project. (Silicon Knights began deve...

August 21st 2007 at 4:27pm 0 Comments
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According to TooHuman.net, Silicon Knights founder Denis Dyack looked up from a huge mound of legal documents on Friday just long enough to leave a brief message on the site's forum regarding the release of Too Human. "It is always darkest before the dawn," said Dyack. "Too Human will be out in 2008...

August 20th 2007 at 12:25pm 0 Comments
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If you're Denis Dyack and the crew over at Silicon Knights you've had a rough time since last year's E3. The company unleashed on the gaming press and attendees the stunningly awful demo for Too Human, which ran like a stuttering flip book and played like a poor man's God of War -- like cat food is...

April 17th 2007 at 9:54pm 0 Comments
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Ever since Too Human got savaged by the press for sporting a decidedly wonky framerate at E3 2006, Silicon Knights frontman, Denis Dyack, has been somewhat frigid towards the issue of unfinished games and the media's ability to influence opinion based on early code. Not too long ago, the first part...

March 23rd 2007 at 7:44pm 0 Comments
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Too Human to outside observers is slowly becoming the Duke Nukem Forever of the Xbox 360. After making a -- oh, how to put it kindly -- laggy presentation at the last E3, it went MIA for X06 and *poof* Too Human was gone.Now Silicon Knights president Denis Dyack has allegedly made a statement follow...

March 13th 2007 at 11:00pm 0 Comments
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Silicon's Knights founder Denis Dyack crawls out from a dark hole to deliver a new Too Human screenshot (pictured) and a few promises. Too Human went AWOL after its sketchy E3 showing (slide show, anyone?), but Dyack vows the game has undergone some significant tuning. The evidence is in the image,...

January 25th 2007 at 10:25pm 0 Comments
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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 the...

January 25th 2007 at 1:30pm 0 Comments
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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...

October 6th 2006 at 1:02pm 0 Comments