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Elveon (PS3, Xbox 360) – The strangely named 10tacle Studios from Slovakia was working on this high fantasy RPG, and but then it encountered financial problems the studio was closed. Production was handed off to an English developer, but it must have gotten lost in the mail because we haven’t heard anything since then.
Ender’s Game: Battle Room (PS3, Xbox 360) – Development company Chair has a working relationship with Ender’s Game author Orson Scott Card, so it’s not surprising to see that it had a game based on the book in the works. The game was going to be based in the game contained in the novel, Battle Room. When Chair signed on to be part of Epic, the game was put on indefinite hold because Epic has a strategic objective of creating new and unique franchise, and Ender’s Game would have been a licensed game.
Eyedentify – Announced in 2005, Eyedentify was a game meant to be played with the PlayStation Eye accessory. That was the last we heard anything about it, and Sony doesn’t seem too interested in what the PlayStation Eye can do outside of its ability to track glowing orbs attached to Move controllers.
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It's kinda sad that most are really cool, some are not.
Well I hope that no game has to be cancelled, I feel that everyone that has creativity should be able to express it. That is what is so great about being apart of the gaming world. We take for granted all the big releases and complain about how the games could have been better. We should all take a look at all the creativity that goes into crafting great stories. And producing great looking games.
Why did Gotham by Gaslight have to be canceled? *sobs uncontrolably*
I liked the Gotham by Gaslight arc, and was pretty stoked about this game (after I heard it was cancelled).
Some of those games sounded good...sucks they were canceled.