Silicon Knights' cancelled projects revealed as part of the lawsuit with Epic Games.
Silicon Knights' catalogue of cancelled games has been unearthed by Google savvy NeoGAF member Mama Robotnik.
Searching through documents released as part of the legal case between Silicon Knights and Epic Games – a case Epic won – the extent of the studio's video game graveyard was revealed.
Titles found include Too Human 2 – which appeared to be titled Rise of the Giants – Too Human 3, and Eternal Darkness 2, all now cancelled.
The Too Human dev was also working on a variety of other projects, including survival horror game The Box for SEGA, later moved over to THQ under the title The Ritualyst, before being canned in 2009.
Then there's dungeon crawler The Crucible: Evil Within, and titles called Siren in the Maelstrom, The Sandman and King's Quest.
Most recently the team was rumoured to be working on Eternal Darkness 2, a long-awaited follow-up to the GameCube classic, which appears to have been in development during the same time that X-Men Destiny for Activision was being badly assembled.
It's believed that Silicon Knights now operates with a staff of just five, suggesting the chances of any significant ongoing development will be slim.
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