Entries in 'scrapped' (53)
LucasArts, prior to its closure last year, was working on a Star Wars game starring Sith Lord Darth maul.
Pre-owned games are currently available for 75 per cent off at HMV stores.
There will no longer be any DLC released for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins.
Google is rumoured to be readying the axe for its Nexus hardware line.
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…
A proposed online contest for players of recent digital Wii U titles NES Remix has been scrapped.
The attempt to crowdfund a return for the James Pond IP has been scrapped.
It isn’t always possible to interpret interview answers with 100 per cent accuracy, but comments from Sony suggest that the Vita was nearly scrapped.
Sometimes a developer has to have the courage to walk away from a project, even at the risk of being labeled an “under delivering visionary”, says Markus 'Notch' Persson.
Id software director Tim Willits has admitted that the former build of Doom 4 was scrapped because it failed to harness the spirit of the series.
One of the most maligned pieces of gaming hardware ever revealed will not now be released.
Developers no longer have to pay to patch their games on Xbox 360.
“Since we announced this Kickstarter campaign we have seen more support from our community than we had ever hoped for.”
Publisher EA has removed all Online Passes from existing games.
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.