Entries in 'scrapped' (38)
As of today, a subscription is no longer required to play EA and Funcom’s The Secret World.
The once all-powerful Guitar Hero brand was killed in 2011. But a new report claims that development of a new game in the series was well underway by that point.
An ambitious RPG project by genre stalwarts Brenda Braithwaite and Tim Hall has been abandoned.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
The issue of gamers’ consumer rights has once again hit the headlines after another publisher abandoned plans to patch a product that has already been sold to consumers.
Final Fantasy Versus XIII has not been cancelled, according to the boss of Square Enix.
Six years after it was first announced, rumours are rife that Square Enix has cancelled Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Social network Facebook has scrapped its virtual currency Facebook Credits.
THQ has confirmed that the Wii U version of Metro: Last Light is “no longer in development”.
Microsoft has cancelled Inside Xbox in the UK and Europe after it axed the service in the US last week.
The US Congress could be ready to drop the controversial SOPA bill after House majority leader Eric Cantor said there would be no vote “unless there is consensus on the ...
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.
Publisher Activision has backtracked on a statement that appeared to suggest that Call of Duty Elite may never get a dedicated release on PC.
A leaked email from Adobe appears to signal that the company is to quit development of its Flash player plug-in for mobile devices.
It won’t be a shock to hear that Microsoft has admitted that it has ceased production of Zune hardware.
UK developer Ninja theory has categorically stated that all plans for potential sequel to Enslaved are well and truly over.
The first PES 2012 demo that is already available on PS3 will not now be released on Xbox 360 after all.
Remember that mysterious third person Call of Duty game? It now looks like it’s unlikely to ever see the light of day.
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 ...
New consumer loyalty program PlayStation Rewards will not launch in the US next month as planned and may possibly never see the light of day.
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.
"My inclination would be to say a system like the Jungle is a non-starter right out of the gate. Until they can show me otherwise I just don't think Panasonic has the ...
Hopes of a sequel to 2008 first person platform outing Mirror's Edge appear to have diminished with word from EA-owned developer DICE that the project has been put on hold.
It seems that upcoming RPG Fable III will not now support Xbox 360’s motion camera Kinect, delivering a big blow to the peripheral’s hardcore-audience credentials.