That's who I thought was the culprit about a week ago - but who knows?
In truth, only a few people actually know the real reason behind the delay.
For some reason I doubt they'll be talking anytime soon, especially since lawyers are involved.
They're probably under some non-disclosure agreement and/or will loose their jobs if they say anything.
When I was thinking of which piece of middleware would be the problem child, I figured it would HAVE to be something running server side, since one would think the Linux server would be the priority to get out to the public. As we all know, that hasn't happened yet.
Since the server has no need of video playback or lip synchronizing to audio or any of the stuff that is client side only... it leaves very few possibilities as far as which company is at fault, and leads folks like us to believe that it's Ageia.
If they don't respond, it's probably safe to assume that it's their problem.
What's a real pain in the ass is since we both purchased the game already (and opened it) we can't very well go back to the store and return it, can we?