Rush Club [PS2/GC/XBOX – Cancelled]

Rush Club is a cancelled racing game that was in development in 2001 by Wide Games (Kuju’s Brighton) for the Playstation 2, with planned ports for the GameCube and Xbox. The player would had to race in various cities (such as New York, Shanghai, London, and Tokyo) against rival street gangs, to reach the final goal before their competitors. Rush Club soon vanished from the PS2 release list and after Wide Games finished to work on Prisoner of War and Pilot Down: Behind Enemy Lines, in 2007 they changed their name to Zoë Mode.

The project was probably canned because they never found a publisher interested in it. The only screens and the video preserved from Rush Club look more like a tech demo than a real game.

Thanks to Userdante for the contribution!




Jet Set Radio [Wii – Cancelled Concept]


In 2006 Kuju Entertainment with the help of concept artist  Corey S. Lewis created a pitch for a new Jet Set Radio game that would have been developed for the Wii, and tried to propose the project to SEGA. Unfortunately it seems that SEGA was not interested in Kuju’s concept and so the game was never made. Only few concept arts remain from the JSR Wii pitch and probably not much more was done by the team.

Thanks to Guru Larry for the contribution!