3D Realms refutes Earth No More lawsuit

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 20 February 2008 06:24 GMT

According to this, 3D Realms boss Scott Miller has been quick to defend his company after it came to lilght yesterday that it was being sued by a team that claims to have had the original idea for sci fi game Earth No More.

“I can’t say much, because this is a legal matter. Except, I will say we are fully innocent, and that these guys are just looking for a quick score,” he said.

Cinemagraphix Entertainment shopped an idea around in 2005 for sci-fi game called Earth No More, 3D Realms being one of the companies to see the presentation. The Duke Nukem Forever developer then announced a sci-fi game called Earth No More in June 2007.

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