Cel Damage 2 [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

Cel Damage 2 [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

Cel Damage was a vehicular combat game developed by Pseudo Interactive and published by Electronic Arts for Xbox and Nintendo Gamecube. It was later updated for the PS2 in the European exclusive, Cel Damage: Overdrive. Prior to Overdrive’s development, Pseudo originally intended to produce a sequel to the first game for PS2, Xbox and GC simply titled ‘Cel Damage 2’. It was pitched to EA, SEGA, Midway, Ubisoft and others, although none of them agreed to fund it; resulting in its cancellation. This was due to a number of different factors, including the poor sales performance of the original and concerns with its marketability, as well as a general lack of faith in viability of the car combat genre among publishers.

Thanks a lot to Roberto Robert, David Wu, Kay Huang, Heidi Klinck, Albert Alejandro, Bronwen Grimes, Frank Trzcinski and all the former Pseudo Interactive artists that helped us to preserve info and media from their lost project!

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8 thoughts on “Cel Damage 2 [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

  1. Mac Hardy

    This game was great [email protected]#$ what the reviews said the real players loved this game if PSEUDO put more advertisment into Cel Damage im sure it would have sold great the game was epic 10/10 all the way!

  2. Joseph Sullivan

    Cel Damage was actually fun, I don’t care what the reviews say. Me and my friends played that game for hours several times.

    But comparing it to high-budget games, there wasn’t much to it. After a few times playing, you had pretty much experienced the whole game. It summed it up pretty well when the ads for the game boasted “Over TEN exciting levels!”

    OVER ten? WOW! Like eleven or something?

  3. Chris skinner

    Cel damage was a great game and I still play it! One of the better Xbox games but that just what I think

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