It's not too big a shout to declare that Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem was one of the finest games to grace the Gamecube. Although it didn't set the world alight with sales (pretty much the story of the Gamecube, that), it was a critically acclaimed slice of psychological horror. better still, Silicon Knights aren't ruling out a return.
"I don't think it is too much to ask," said studio boss Denis Dyack at GDC. "Certainly we love Eternal Darkness. It's a project that's near and dear to our hearts."
Of course, Dyack acknowledged that a follow-up to Silicon Knight's 2002 masterpiece has been "requested a lot by a lot of people", however he was also unable to comment on the project currently underway at the Canadian studio.
Asked by GamesIndustry International if a new Eternal Darkness might be the as-yet-unannounced project on which Dyack and his team are busy working for next-gen, he simply replied "anything's possible."
Very cagey indeed.