Entries in 'cancelled' (23)
Mobile giant Supercell has canned its next title.
Silent Hills is officially no more.
Award-winning PC indie game Gone Home is no longer in development for consoles, developer Fullbright has confirmed.
Having revealed title just earlier this year, Paradox has scrapped PC and console RPG Runemaster.
Bethesda has confirmed what the entire industry suspected to be true – Prey 2 has been cancelled.
Defunct developer Factor 5 was once working on two Star Wars games that sadly never made it to shelves.
Mystery MMO Titan has been scrapped by Blizzard after seven years of development.
Sword fighting game Clang will now not be released, despite being successfully Kickstarted in 2012.
David Braben's missing political thriller The Outsider for PS3 and Xbox 360 looks to have been scrapped.
The organisers of a now-cancelled unofficial Minecraft convention are suspected of having made off with over $500k worth of ticket sales.
It's not just the Ghost Edition of Destiny that is in short supply.
IGN has apologised for a story published over the weekend claiming that Sony had cancelled The Last Guardian.
A virtual reality version of Minecraft in the planning stages for Oculus Rift has been cancelled.
Ubisoft insists that the Wii U versions of Watch Dogs is still in development.
Valve founder Gabe Newell was supposed to hold his long awaited Reddit AMA yesterday. It didn’t happen.
The Shenmue trademark looks like it may no longer be the property of Sega.
There will no longer be any DLC released for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins.
MarvelousAQL has cancelled the planned European release of Rune Factory 4 in Europe.
Three strikes! Is that a suitable baseball analogy? Sorry we’re British and don’t really understand…
The online profile of a developer working on IO’s next-gen Hitman game claims the game has been cancelled.
It's bad news for cricket fans, 505 Games has cancelled Ashes Cricket 2013.
Fez creator Phil Fish has announced the cancellation of his title’s recently-revealed sequel, along with his decision to take an indefinite leave of absence from game development.
UKIE and TIGA have confirmed that Edinburgh Interactive Festival will not take place this year.