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  • Blog Post: Did You Know Gaming Runs Down Star Wars' Canceled And Unreleased Video Games

    The latest from Did You Know Gaming feeds into the Star Wars hype by looking at the assorted titles that never saw release. Titles include Star Wars: Battlefront III, Knights of the Old Republic III, First Assault (which was modeled after Call of Duty), Jed Knight sequels, and Imperial Commander –... More
  • Blog Post: Find Out What Happened To The Quietly Cancelled Project H.A.M.M.E.R. For The Wii

    Nintendo Software Technology (often shortened to NST) was working on the high-profile Project H.A.M.M.E.R. for years before it was quietly cancelled. An early showcase for the Wii, Project H.A.M.M.E.R. featured an uncharacteristically dark-for-Nintendo cyborg soldier who wielded a giant hammer as a weapon... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Puts Silent Hills Xbox One Exclusive Rumors To Rest

    Rumors circulated online recently that Silent Hills development had moved over to Xbox One to become a Microsoft exclusive. Microsoft has flatly denied the rumor. Responding to tweets about the rumor online , Microsoft's head of Xbox Phil Spencer wrote, "Sorry, this isn't true. Not sure... More
  • Blog Post: The Unfinished Mario Game That Combined Wrestling And Volleyball

    Images and rough footage of a very unique Mario Wii game has surfaced. The game was in development at Next Level Games, the company that had made the soccer games Super Mario Strikers and Super Mario Strikers Charged, as well as the more recent Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. The game was originally... More
  • Blog Post: Konami Shuts Down Metal Gear Fan Remake, Developers Release Trailer

    Outer Heaven, the mod team developing a remake of the original Metal Gear, has cancelled its project. In the wake of this cancellation, it released a trailer for its unfinished game. The team was highly invested in its project. It had even snagged David Hayter, the voice of Snake up through Metal Gear... More
  • Blog Post: Canceled Wii Game Sadness To See New Life On Wii U

    Announced early in the Wii's lifecycle, Sadness was meant to be a Wii exclusive game, but was unfortunately canceled. Two developers are picking up the pieces, however, with plans for release on Wii U. Its original pitch described the game as a black and white horror title where players played as... More
  • Blog Post: Video Shows Canceled 2010 Crash Team Racing Game In Action

    A video along with a handful of details have appeared online showcasing a canceled Crash Team Racing reboot that was in development in 2010. Crash Bandicoot fan site Crash Mania posted the video online you see below. The game was originally being developed in tandem with another canceled Crash Bandicoot... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Gives eShop Credits For Canceled Batman: Arkham Origins DLC

    Warner Bros. Interactive has elected to not continue support of the Wii U for Batman: Arkham Origins. Since the upcoming single-player campaign DLC will not be available to Wii U owners, Nintendo will refund the full price of the game's Season Pass with an eShop credit. GoNintendo published this... More
  • Blog Post: WayForward Shows Off Unfinished Silent Hill DS Technical Demo

    WayForward released Silent Hill: Book of Memories for the Vita in 2012, but its first experiments with Silent Hill began on the DS in 2006. WayForward built a tech-demo which borrowed assets from Silent Hill 2, including the game's protagonist James Sunderland. It offered a single room and was built... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars: Battlefront III Live Stream Appears Online

    Twitch user PtoPOnline just ended a livestream of Star Wars: Battlefront III gameplay. The live stream has already ended, but you can head here and here to see the archived videos. The Twitch channel, and its corresponding website, ptoponline.com, specializes in the coverage and streaming of pre-release... More
  • Blog Post: G4's X-Play And Attack Of The Show Canceled

    Update : A source, "close to the matter," has told Joystiq that G4TV.com's editorial gaming staff is being laid off. This has not been confirmed by G4 as of yet, but apparently the website will be reduced to a very small staff following the Thanksgiving holidays. ----------------------... More
  • Blog Post: What Happens When A Kickstarter Game Is Canceled?

    Kickstarter has become a boon to indie developers, who can appeal directly to gamers for the money needed to make risky or innovative projects. However, there's a problem with funding games on faith: What happens when they don't get made? Today, Gamespot reported that Rick Dakan, who raised ... More
  • Blog Post: Minecraft Creator Notch Cancels FPS Project

    Mojang head Markus "Notch" Persson has revealed more about a recently canceled project. For a time the company was working on a project codenamed "Rex Kwon Do" in collaboration with an unnamed external company. Notch had tweeted that the project was canceled, citing the company's... More
  • Blog Post: Puzzle Quest 2 Not Making It To PSP

    Infinite Interactive CEO Steve Fawkner confirmed that the PSP port of Puzzle Quest 2 is canceled. Writing on his Facebook page , Fawkner said, "I won't give up hope entirely, but at the moment, in all honesty, it is unlikely to happen." Fawkner absolved his new parent company EA of any... More
  • Blog Post: No Rock Band 3 Keyboard Bundles For PS3

    If you own a PlayStation 3 and pre-ordered a Rock Band 3 keyboard bundle, we have some bad news for you. Today, Harmonix announced that -- due to "agreement terms" in the North American region -- the keyboard bundles has been canceled in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. While they didn't get... More
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