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Gex 3 [Beta - PSX N64]

Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko is a 3D platform game that was developed by Crystal Dynamics and Gratuitous Games for the original Playstation and Nintendo 64. Steve noticed a lot of beta differences from the various Gex 3 demos that were released before the final game.

First up, a video featuring the level “Clueless In Seattle” that is in volume 4 in a series of Eidos demo discs (it seems that this demo also appears in a greatest hits version of Tomb Raider II).

There are noticeable differences here compared to the level that is in the game’s retail release:

In the retail version, bears are enemies that can be found in the hedgemaze of this level. In this demo, the bears are absent there and only appear as these statues that can hurt you if you jump into them. These statues are also present in the retail version, but will not harm you if you jump into them. Also, there is an instance in the retail version where a small scene occurs in which the statue bears – for a lack of a better term – come to life as enemies. In this demo, this scene never occurs and the statue bears never come to life: 

Wolfgang [Playstation - Cancelled?]

Wolfang is an action game / side scrolling shoot ‘em up that was in development by Seibu Kaihatsu (?) for the original Playstation and it would have been published by Bird (?). There are not many info about this, maybe the game was released under a different name and a by different publisher? (even if it’s not listed in Sibu Kaihatsu’s games list) If you recognize this game or have some more info, please let us know!

Scan from PlayMag issue 2.

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Flux [Playstation / PC - Cancelled]

Flux was basically a very sophisticated 3D puzzle game involving a salesman in a suit as its main character, that was in development for the Playstation and PC. The player had to find his way through a maze of cubic rooms that could be flipped in 90 degree angles by pushing switches on the walls. The game was in development by Pulse Entertainment and was picked up by Microsoft but canned after awhile for unknown reasons..

Scan from PlayMag issue 8.

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