Harker [X360/PS3 – Cancelled?]

Harker [X360/PS3 – Cancelled?]


Harker was a video game being developed for the PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360  by Double Helix Games. The game was said to be based on the fictional character Jonathan Harker, a vampire slayer.

In the trailer, Harker was perceived as a much more efficient and couragious vampire hunter, as opposed to the classic portrayal of Jonathan Harker in the Bram Stoker’s books and films, including Dracula. It was said that you take on the role of Jonathan Harker in the 18th century and try to rid the world of the unholy vampires.

Double Helix studios put the game on indefinite hold for the development of Silent Hill: Homecoming. Whether or not they plan to continue production of the game is unclear at this point. [Infos from Wikipedia]



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7 thoughts on “Harker [X360/PS3 – Cancelled?]

  1. Luke murphy

    Man the blood-sucking vamps in this we’re so ugly & freaky, too bad it got cancelled. Had it been released, it could have blown Rresident Evil out of the water

  2. Ross Sillifant

    Could of been Buffy meets Uncharted.Early trailer shoed creative means of despatching foes-death by Printing press anyone?.

  3. Sean

    I’ve been trying to searching for this game for YEARS with only the the words “Vampire” and “Punching” being what I remembered about it. I think I first read about it in Game Informer? I heard that each fight was going to be like its own little boss battle, akin to the Big Daddies of Bioshock. Glad I could finally put my search to rest.

  4. Jamie

    Too bad this got cancelled, it would have been nice to have a follow up to their excellent Buffy the Vampire Slayer game.

  5. Jeff Albertson

    Looked like a PS2 game being ported to the 360 back then. This is why at some point before it getting cancelled to concentrate on Silent Hill Homecoming it was going to be ported to the Wii

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