After tons of controversy in the past, Too Human has remained a comeback, giving Xbox One and Xbox 360 fans a chance to return to the once-troubled series, giving it another shot at life in modern gaming. Now it’s absolutely free for Xbox Live users.
If you haven’t already noticed as an Xbox One or Xbox 360 owner, something truly amazing has already happened on the Microsoft Store: too human is back on it and free. It comes after a Massive lawsuit Epic Games filed against the former too human developer, Silicon Knights (Kain’s Legacy, eternal darkness) for US$9.2 million.
Now, years later, it looks like Epic Games has let things go back to normal, which sees the series’ big epilogue reanimated after seeing Silicon Knights sued, literally. However, this has raised the question of whether or not this means Epic Games is plotting a high-profile comeback for the seemingly defunct studio, which has shed light on several stunning titles including X-Men: Fate.
But to know why it’s really big, you have to understand, this title didn’t just result in the company being sued, well, nil, it was also a title that was planned for PlayStation 3, got fired to the GameCube and eventually a final final boot to Xbox 360 where Microsoft exclusively released time through Xbox Game Studios (then Microsoft Game Studios).
The hard part is to understand: Why? Is Microsoft about to see gaming reborn in next-gen starting this winter or what exactly is going on? Well, that’s a tricky question, but our only guess at the time: Epic Games gave Xbox Game Studios permission to release the game, but nothing more so far.
It’s a pretty good game, we can all agree that being free is amazing and the fact that we can still get digital and physical copies – to this day – is amazing since Epic Games had ordered all new copies destroyed in the context of the trial. when they won. Surprisingly enough, we wonder: can we see new copies printed for backward compatibility?
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