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Brave: Shaman’s Challenge [Cancelled — Nintendo DS]

Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer is a lesser-known 3D platformer on the PS2. Much like its brethren from the genre, Brave received minimal attention, which led to the game slipping under the radar for many players. Seeing as how the game didn’t fare well critically, the game ended up selling poorly. Such poor performance was the last straw for Vis Entertainment’s business operation.

It wasn’t until a few years later that SouthPeak Games purchased the rights of Brave from Evolved Games, and attempted to do something with the IP. On August 20, 2007, SouthPeak Games unveiled four of its games at the GC Developers Conference in Leipzig, Germany. That game turned out to be, Brave: Shaman’s Challenge, a spin-off of Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer that played similarly to Tetris.

The game was supposedly planned to be released in 2009 alongside Brave: A Warrior’s Tale, but it was quietly cancelled without any official announcement. Whether a ROM of this game exist online or not remains unknown.

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