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Turok Evolution Sequel [XBOX/PS2/GC – Concept]

The original Turok: Evolution is a FPS developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment for the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2002. After Evolution, a small Acclaim team was trying to work on a direct sequel, but the project never got off the ground so they soon moved on to other projects. Only few artworks remain from this Turok Evolution sequel that never was. When Acclaim was closed, Turok vanished from the gaming scene untill when Disney Interactive Studios purchased the rights to the Turok franchise. Propaganda Games developed the next Turok, that was released for XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 in 2008.

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Forsaken 2 [Cancelled – XBOX PS2]

Thanks to a post on Sabre470, we know that a sequel of Forsaken was in development at Acclaim Studios Teesside, but was soon cancelled because of the death of Acclaim. The game would have been in the works for XBOX and PlayStation 2, but only a small racing demo remains as a proof: as Sabre470 has wrote: “The demo is only one level so far and enables you to control the vehicle in a tunnel and race throuhg”. You can see some screens from the proto in the gallery below.

Sabre470 is currently selling the Forsaken 2 proto, so if you are interested, send him an email to [email protected] (remove the -NOSPAM-)

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100 Bullets (by Acclaim) [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

Acclaim announced plans to release a video game based on 100 Bullets. However, following the collapse of Acclaim’s publishing house, the game has essentially been cancelled. It was intended that the player would be either Cole Burns or Snow Falls (a completely original character) and play in a third person view. The plot was generally unknown, aside from a supposition that it followed the plot of the comic book.

Later D3Publishing obtained the rights from Warner Bros. to publish a 100 Bullets game. They intend to make a video game completely independent from Acclaim’s aborted vision, but still heavily reliant on input and plotting from Brian Azzarello. Not much it currently know about the D3 version and it could have been cancelled too. [Infos from Wikipedia]

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Emergency Mayhem [XBOX/PS2 – Cancelled]

Emergency Mayhem was first announced for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox at the 2004 Electronic Entertainment Expo, published and developed by Acclaim. However, the game was canceled when Acclaim filed for bankruptcy in September 2006. In May 2007, Warner Bros. purchased the rights to the game. Warner Bros. announced the game would be released for the Wii and they would publish the game, while Codemasters would develop the game. Then, in December of the same year, Codemasters announced they had taken over the publishing rights, and Supersonic Software Ltd took on developing the game. In the end the game was released for the Wii in 2008, even if there are probably some differences from the original XBOX and PS2 versions. [Info from Wikipedia]

A playable prototype of the Xbox version was leaked and it’s currently in the hands of some collectors. Stone from the Assembler Forum has one of these protos and he shared some screens and videos from his build!

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