A look back at Silicon Knights' GameCube horror gem.
The infamous game is now yours to own free of charge.
New downloadable series in-bound?
Precursor Games cuts all ties to Ken McCulloch.
CEO didn't anticipate the backlash Dyack currently faces.
Being developed by Precursor Games and not Silicon Knights.
In our final part in the series, we look at the effects of Kickstarter and the fall of Silicon Knights.
Which went to Sega and then THQ, oddly enough.
Despite the downfalls each developer has faced, each has permanently made their mark on gaming
Can't help but feel bad for Silicon Knights, but they deserved it.
The confusing, confounding and craptastic development of X-Men: Destiny actually masked something else.
Denis Dyack, head of Silicon Knights, has mentioned in an interview with GamesIndustry International that used games are detrimental to the industry, and will increase the cost of games in the fut... Read More