Bastion is an action rpg developed by Supergiant Games and published by Warner Bros. for Xbox 360 XBLA and PC in 2011. An iOS version was later released in 2012. A four-week prototype of this title, made in 2009, was playable at PAX est 2012. It’s so early that the bad guys are just placeholders [...]
Ushiro is a cancelled horror-themed, turn-based rpg that was being developed for PSP by Level 5. The game was officially announced and showed in 2008. Nothing much is known about this game apart from brief informations that appeared on 1up: Ushiro (PSP) is a first for Level-5 — a horror RPG. You play Reiichiro Ushiro, [...]
Mutant Mudds is a 2d platformer developed by Renegade Kid and released for 3DS and PC in 2012. Originally, as you can see from the video and the screenshots below, the game was going to be a 3D third-person shooter. A short demo made in two weeks that used a modified version of Moon engine [...]
Zidane Football Generation is a soccer game developed for the Playstation 2 by Trecision. Like Scooty Racers, it was cancelled after the developer filed for voluntary liquidation in 2003. If you know someone who worked on this game and could help us to preserve some more info / images / videos, please let us know! [...]
Arms Race is a canceled action game developed by Gremlin for PSX. Nothing much is known about this game, apart that the player had to control an armored truck and that it used the same graphics engine of Reloaded. It looks somewhat similar to another tank game published by Gremlin, Wild Metal Country, but it’s [...]
Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 4: Summer Memories was going to be the fourth installment of the franchise known variously in the west as SOS Escape, Raw Danger or Disaster Report. Developed by Irem only for Playstation 3, it was supposed to be released in march 2011, but it got delayed after the Tōhoku earthquake that struck [...]
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