Originally Posted by Apoll This is the second time Roberts trying to pull such scam.
No it really isn't, getting a deal to make a game for Microsoft and taking too long to finish so they kick you out and badly finish it on their own is not a scam, but it does have similarities to Star Citizen. The difference being the lack of people to kick him out and finish it badly.
Chris Roberts does have a history of overreaching and missing release dates because of it but that is quite different than a scam. Also that is what is good about Star Citizen, overreaching is what it is all about. Missing dates is an expected side effect of overreaching and most backers would rather the time was spent to do the game well than finish the game based on an arbitrary deadline.
Personally, I hate working on software projects where the suits start cutting features until they (we) can meet the deadlines. Please let us keep working because the resulting product would be much better with most of the features you made us cut (and more testing). I don't care about your ROI, I am a geek.
Originally Posted by Apoll
Get over it. Star Citizen is done. Finito.
Even if this lawsuit was not baseless Star Citizen would not be done, this is effectively Crytek's creditors looking for some cash and they would settle for a reasonable amount of money.