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Denis Dyack

A Game Designer and President of Silicon Knights

Denis Dyack

Denis Dyack is the outspoken founder and president of Silicon Knights, founded in 1992. Dyack directed the production of several critically acclaimed titles, including Eternal Darkness and Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain.

In 2008, Dyack came under fire for outspokenly criticizing the gaming media and form culture, a position stemming from criticism aimed at Silicon Knights for showing an unfinished draft of Too Human.

Before forming partnership with Microsoft, Dyack's Silicon Knights studio produced titles for Nintendo as an exclusive second party. More recently, Dyack announced plans for development with SEGA1, the product of which is in development for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

  1. IGN: Silicon Knights Partners with SEGA

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