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This list consists of games that have never been officially released and maybe never will be? Some games have 0 chance of ever coming out and some have a very slim chance of it.
10. Tiberium (Xbox360)
Tiberium is a cancelled tactical first-person shooter video game title set in the Command & Conquer universe, that was in development by EA Los Angeles (EALA). Tiberium was initially revealed when shots of the January 2008 issue of Game Informer were leaked, but was officially announced by EA just a day after. Prior to the announcement, the game had been in production for two years.
9. Shenmue 3 (Xbox)
Since the release of the second installment, Shenmue III has been announced for development and cancelled at least two times. Most recently in August 2005, when Kikizo.com revealed that Shenmue III would be a compilation of the first and second installments plus the final chapters. This, too, has apparently fallen by the wayside, as Kikizo later stated that Shenmue III is “worth forgetting about.”
8. Full Throttle 2 (Playstation 2)
The sequel to one of LucasArts best selling adventure titles of the 1990s, Full Throttle: Hell on Wheels revisits the same characters and settings as the original. Eventually, it was cancelled in mid-production in August 2003. Literally weeks before the game was announced as being binned, a trailer, assets and a playable build of it was shown at E3, but the game never made the light of day.
7. StarCraft: Ghost (Playstation 2, Xbox, Gamecube)
A military science fiction stealth-action video game under suspended development by Blizzard Entertainment. Part of Blizzard’s StarCraft series, the game was announced in 2002 and was to be developed by Nihilistic Software for the Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 video game consoles. Several delays in development caused Blizzard to move back the release date and the game has not yet materialized. Nihilistic Software ceded development to Swingin’ Ape Studios in 2004 before Blizzard bought the company, and plans for the GameCube version were canceled in 2005.
6. Sonic Xtreme (Sega Saturn)
Sonic X-treme is an unreleased platform game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It was originally developed by Sega for the Mega Drive/Genesis but was moved to the Sega 32X and eventually to the Sega Saturn and intended to be released around Halloween of 1996, but after many problems and a long hiatus of development hell, it was finally cancelled in 1997. Had it been finished, it would have been the first fully 3D Sonic game and the first original Sonic title developed for the Sega Saturn. Because the game was cancelled, Sega released a port of Sonic 3D Blast for the Saturn in 1996.
5. Capcom Fighting Allstars (Playstation 2)
Capcom Fighting All-Stars was a 3D fighting game planned for the arcade and PlayStation 2 that was to be developed by Capcom. Like KOF: Maximum Impact, it was designed to translate a 2D fighting game series into 3D. This was done previously in the Street Fighter EX series, which Capcom co-produced with Arika. Capcom beta-tested the game, but after negative feedback from players and more months in development, the game was canceled in August 2003.
4. Star Fox 2(Super Nintendo)
An unreleased video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was to be the second of the Star Fox series and the direct sequel to Star Fox. Both Argonaut Games and Nintendo developed the game, with Nintendo planning to publish it. The Japanese version was completely finished except for minor debugging tools that weren’t yet removed. It is unknown if there are any complete English versions.
3. Earthbound 64 (Nintendo 64)
EarthBound 64, known in Japan as Mother 3: Fall of the Pig King, was a cancelled role-playing video game that was in development by Ape, Inc. and HAL Laboratory and to be published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64DD. It was later transferred to the Nintendo 64 after the Nintendo 64DD proved to be unsuccessful. It had several subtitles, including Forest of the Chimera and the aforementioned Fall of the Pig King. It was to be the third game in the EarthBound series, following EarthBound for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
2. Mario 64-2 (Nintendo 64)
A direct sequel titled Super Mario 64 2 was planned for the Nintendo 64DD. Shigeru Miyamoto mentioned at E3’s 1997 convention that he was “just getting started” on the project. In May 1999, Super Mario 64 2 was reported to be released in late 1999; however, the game was canceled due to the failure of the 64DD, as well as lack of progress in the game’s development.
1. Duke Nukem Forever (PC)
The ultimate in vaporware. A first-person shooter that has been in development since 1997 by 3D Realms. The publishing rights for the game still remain owned by Take-Two Interactive, although the future of the game remains unknown.