Entries in 'cancelled' (48)
“Since we announced this Kickstarter campaign we have seen more support from our community than we had ever hoped for.”
A Kinect game being overseen by Pirates of the Carribean director Gore Verbinski has been abandoned.
Digital learning event Learning Without Frontiers, which was due to take place this June, has been cancelled.
Six years after it was first announced, rumours are rife that Square Enix has cancelled Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Retailer GAME has officially confirmed the cancellation of GAMEfest 2012.
Consumers who were left disappointed by the apparent news of the cancellation of Bayonetta 2 have been thrown a lifeline by the first game’s creator.
Prey 2 remains in development, publisher Bethesda has confirmed.
THQ is still funding development of an undisclosed project based on the upcoming Pixar movie Brave, a senior source within Disney has told Develop.
Not only are hopes of Shenmue 3 still dead in the balance, but now the newest Shenmue title to hit the market has been scrapped.
A leaked email from Adobe appears to signal that the company is to quit development of its Flash player plug-in for mobile devices.
“Complete bollocks.” That is Bethesda’s response to rumours of a postponement of development on id’s Doom 4.
Three years after it was first announced a dark cloud now hangs over id’s long-awaited Doom 4.
It won’t be a shock to hear that Microsoft has admitted that it has ceased production of Zune hardware.
Claims have emerged that staff members of UK Apple stores have been told to cancel any holiday booked for the first two weeks of October.
The first PES 2012 demo that is already available on PS3 will not now be released on Xbox 360 after all.
Short of being caught up in the News of the World phone tapping fiasco, it’s hard to imagine how things could be much worse for retro games icon Mega Man ...
Square Enix has drastically revised its predicted losses for the fiscal year ending March 31st.
It looks as if the once much discussed 3DS debut for gangsta series Saints Row has been cancelled.
It looks as if the end has indeed come for the PSPgo.
It's been a difficult life for Sony's UMD-free, digital only PSPgo. But reports are now suggesting that time has finally been called on the model.
Gun Loco, a title that was described by publisher Square Enix as “a unique sprint-action shooter” with “all-new approach to the third-person shooter genre” has been cancelled.
Having never succeeded in standing toe-to-toe with Apple's mighty iPad series, reports are claiming that Microsoft is ready to call an end to its Zune hardware business.