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Epic Games' Mark Rein has posted word that a jury in its long standing lawsuit against developer Silicon Knights has found in favor of Epic "on all counts" in court today.
Today's round up of gaming news includes word of possible mass layoffs at Silicon Knights, yet another Humble Indie Bundle, work of patches coming for Sword of the Stars II and more.