Remember the Kotaku article that accused Denis Dyack and Silicon Knights of funnelling development funds away from X-Men Destiny to work on a project pitch demo rumoured to be Eternal Darkness II?
Well, Dyack (who's now over at Precursor Games in an exclusively creative capacity) has responded to the allegations calling out Kotaku for running the piece, and addressing the concerns that many community members have expressed over the development of Precursor's crowdfunding effort, Shadow of the Eternals.
It makes for excellent viewing and Dyack makes some very good points. However, he completely fails to address that this bad press all started with the news of Epic's (rather successful) lawsuit, and SK being forced to pay Epic several million dollars in damages for copied code.
Dyack apologises in the video for the "mistakes" he's made, and stresses the point that at Precursor he'll only be dealing with creative things rather than anything business-related.
Give it a watch and let us know what you think. Has it changed your mind about getting involved with Shadow of the Eternals?