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Dragon Booster [PS2 / XBOX – Cancelled]

Dragon Booster is a cancelled racing / combat game based on a canadian animated series first broadcast in 2004. The cartoon follows the story of young Artha Penn, a boy who rides Beaucephalis (or “Beau” for short), the dragon of legend. He becomes a Dragon Booster, a hero to protect the world from the impending Dragon-Human war, and to unite humans and dragons for all time. [Info from Wikipedia]

In 2003 Eden Games were working on this project for the Playstation 2 and Xbox, but the game was later cancelled for unknown reasons. A DS version was released in 2005, but it was developed by Konami (KCE Hawaii).

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Freedom Fighters [Beta – PS2 XBOX GC PC]

Freedom Fighters its a third person shooter released for PlayStation 2, Xbox, Gamecube and PC, developed by Io Interactive and published by Electronic Arts, the game was announced in e3 2002 as Freedom: The Battle For Liberty Island and few changes have made. Diferrent HUD, there was a person detector, AK 47 used to have a bayonet, and Chris snow outfit was being used since the game beginning, the dot was yellow and huge and would turn red on enemies.

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in 2003 Chris outfit was changed to his plumber outfit for the first levels and the HUD was almost complete, the ak 47 with bayonet still there and health packs used a different icon.

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Troy was equipped with an ak 47

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Months before the game release, a demo was made available for PC and PS2, that contains the Post Office level.

In final version you can only complete this level when you blow up up the sniper post with a c4 earned in Police Station, then go back to Police Station and save Isabella to be allowed to continue, but she and the kid does not appear in the demo, nor even the freedom fighters from the building and Troy in Post Office.

 

Worms Battle Rally [PS2 XBOX GC – Cancelled]

Worms Battle Rally is a cancelled racing / battle game similar to Mario Kart, that was in development by Team 17 in 2003 / 2004, probably planned for the Playstation 2, Xbox and GameCube. We can speculate that the gameplay was going to be similar to MK’s battle mode, at least from what we can see from the few screenshots preserved below, thanks to www.dream17.info.

Production on WBR was halted as part of the developer/publisher deal which resulted in Worms Forts: Under Siege.

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Infiltrator: Shadow Wars [XBOX – Cancelled]

Infiltrator Shadow Wars is a cancelled Massive Multiplayer Online RPG that was in development by Orbital Frog Productions for the XBOX. As we can read in the original press release, the game was set in a futuristic online world of espionage: Orbital Frog promised that Infiltrator would had in-depth character development and an enveloping and interactive environment for the player to interact with. There was to also be an interactive online environment to pit the players to the task of creating their own teams, researching new weapons, and brand new technologies.

During the development something went wrong and Infiltrator: Shadow Wars had to be cancelled. Sadly only few concept arts remain from this lost project.

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Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler´s Green [PC XBOX – Beta]

Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler´s Green is a FPS create by brainbox and published by groove games, its a prequel to the movie Land of the Dead, the game was announced shortly after City of the Dead was cancelled. Few differences can be seen in these beta screenshots:

Jack was originally using gloves

A removed objective “find another gun in the barn” and beta zombie

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I don´t remember this level

Dot turns red when you aim at the zombie

possibly early police department level

in the trailer you can see jack gloves, and instead of the “stranger” model zombie take the hammer and break the wall, the human model of doctor breaks, rather than using the zombie version.

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