Too Human pulled from Xbox Live

Beleaguered Silicon Knight’s has pulled Too Human and its content from the Xbox Live marketplace.

January 21, 2013
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Microsoft has confirmed to Eurogamer that it has removed all Too Human content from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace at the request of developer Silicon Knights.

“Microsoft received a Recall Notice from Silicon Knights for Too Human, and we have removed the game from the Xbox Live Marketplace accordingly.

“We have no comment regarding, nor involvement with the case between Silicon Knights and Epic.”

Silicon Knights was embroiled in a legal dispute with Epic Games over licensing and support for the Unreal Engine. A court ruled that Silicon Knights breached their Unreal Engine license agreement and infringed Epic’s copyrights in the Unreal code.

Silicon Knights was ordered to pay Epic US$4.45 million in damages and to destroy all software it built with the Unreal engine, including the code for games such as Too Human and X-Men: Destiny.

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