The lights are on
Last year, Too Human developer Silicon Knights was ordered to destroy all game code created using the Unreal Engine, which includes games both released and unreleased by the developer. The process has begun with Too Human's disappearance from the Xbox Live Marketplace.
To refresh, Silicon Knights sued Epic Games in 2007, claiming that it was holding back on its resources when it came to supporting Unreal Engine 3. Silicon Knights licensed the Unreal Engine to make Too Human and other games, and felt that Epic was, in laymans terms, saving the good stuff for Gears of War. After five years of deliberation, the court ruled in favor of Epic Games.
Too Human was available on-demand, but now it has disappeared along with all its related downloads, including gamer pictures, themes, and demos. The product page still exists, but there's nothing there. It's a just a shell of its former being.
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Does this include any patches that might have been downloaded if you played the disc version on a new system?
This game was terrible! Glad Epic won that lawsuit.
this game sucked anyway...i feel bad for anyone that paid for it.
i don't have much of an opinion on it . it was an intresting yet from what i heard disapointing game that was 360 exclusive. stinks for anyone who wanted to play it via downloading in the future or those who have bought it n possibly can't get it now but ya know
I actually liked the game. Shame to see it go.
Probably the best game about being too human and being high-tech warrior dudes ever made.
Eh, I wasn't a fan anyway. I own it, but I've never completed it and don't plan on doing so.
*taps plays softly*
I don't care what anyone says, I liked this game. Too bad they couldn't pull it off.
I remember playing this once, for 5 minutes.
Too Human was a decent game with an interesting and original aesthetic/world, but it had so much more potential than it achieved. It likely would have seen greater success if it wasn't released as a AAA title.