The lights are on
A new generation of hardware is filled with hope and optimism. We look forward to the brand new experiences awaiting us in the months and years to come. But what of those games that never saw the light of day?A new generation is about new chances. So we want to know which canceled game you'd like to see resurrected and brought to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and other platforms. Perhaps you'd still like to step into Nova's shoes in Starcraft Ghost (ok, it's technically not canceled, but it might as well be). Maybe you think Disney made a huge mistake pulling the plug on Star Wars 1313. Dig deep. Now is your chance to take the defibrillator to your favorite game that never was. Choose, but choose wisely.
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Mega Man Legends 3.
fear effect; inferno
Really I saw the photo of starcraft ghost and before I even read the question I was hoping there was news on this title. I want to snipe a hydralisks jaw off.... mount a turret to take down some mutalisks... ride a bike past a group of ultras and lay some spider mines... then launch a nuke onto a hive cluster... just to go back to base and realize the CC has been infested.... yea pipe dreams
Colosseum: Road to Freedom
Everquest: Champions of Norrath
Conker's Other Bad Day
MEGA MAN LEGENDS 3!!!!!!!
That Dead Rush game that was supposed to be on ps2, xbox, and gamecube.
Ghost is a good start, but gimme one of those canceled Legacy of Kain games. You know, the single player ones.
As others have said: Lord of The Rings: The White Council, Star Wars 1313, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned.
Battlefield Bad Company 3...wait, they're still doing that? When? After they finish Battlefield 4, Star Wars: Battlefront, and Mirror's Edge 2? Well shi-
"Faith and a .45", mainly because the title was awesome, but also because with games like Bioshock Infinite and Last of Us both doing the single-player co-op dynamic so well, it'd be cool to see a Bonnie and Clyde-esque action game, but only if they got the setting right and came up with a good enough story.
I'm gonna say Edge of Twilight. But there's also games I remember when I was younger that had cool looking trailers that I've never seen released. Like Duality and such.
Legacy of Kain: whatever title needed for the finale.
As much as I loved Amalur's world, I would have loved to get the "Copernicus" MMO that 38 Studios was starting on. Man... that would have been something. You know, unless the "not fun" reports could be believed.