X-Men [32X – Cancelled]

X-Men [32X – Cancelled]

X-Men: Mind Games is a cancelled action game that was in development by Scavenger and it would have been published by SEGA in 1995 / 1996 for the 32X. The game was shown at the E3 1995 and a playable demo was found and leaked by the SEGASaturno community in August 2009! This version is playable only trough real hardware (edit: now supported by Kega Fusion) and it’s an  early prototype with a couple of levels. A mirror of the leaked beta can be downloaded on Hidden Palace. (edit: not available)

Thanks to Celine for the contribution and props to SEGASaturno!

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MEAN MACHINES SEGA 37, november 1995.

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5 thoughts on “X-Men [32X – Cancelled]

  1. Federico

    For the moment, the beta is unplayable on emulators, probably because it uses many 32x capabilities to improve graphics. It is however playable on a real hardware

  2. Ross Sillifant

    Scavenger (Edge Oct’95) described X-Men as ‘The most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen’ and said they were waiting on finished artwork from SEGA before game could be completed.

    1. scavenger team member

      Scavenger was hired by Sega to make a 32x version of Xmen. Then Sega told Scavenger they were taking away 32x Xmen from Scavenger and giving to another company because of some contractual problems unrelated to Scavenger. Sega then put Scavenger on the 32x version of Batman. Sega then cancelled that too due to unstated reasons which I believe was because 32x was failing as a platform. Scavenger was paid on both titles and just continued making its own games.

      The demos above are not made my Scavenger. Those came from another company. That is NOT Scavenger’s work.

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