Cancelled Ubisoft game will blow your mind off

Posted By | On 05th, Aug. 2010 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

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I hate to say it. But it seems like some of the canned games like Eight Days and The Gateway looked very promising. But there are reasons behind every canned projects. But this one is a total bouncer for me. Ubisoft have canned a PlayStation3 exclusive game which has a guy running around the streets of what looks like London, and guess what? He is fighting against sci-fi robots. Take a look at the images and the videos below. We are really sad as to why this game never went in to completion. Well I am not sure whether the video is in real time or not. But oh well!

Check the art gallery of the game as well. Click the images to see them in a pop up and use back-next buttons to navigate through them. decor_main_street decor_main_street Many thanks, to superannuation.

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  • BH

    I worked for EA for many years, and it’s unbelievable the games they would get through some major development and then cancel, and the piles of crap that they would ultimately release. It’s even harder on the staff when they see years of their planning and design and work go nowhere so some sports game or soon-to-bomb TV show based game (ala Simpsons) get all the resources.

  • Well, I don’t know, it doesn’t seem that cool to me. Maybe I’d try it, but from this you can’t even tell wether the graphics are good or not…

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    • Neha

      Look,nobody’s a failure.Its just PRACTICE,PRACTICE,PRACTICE and even more prciacting.And if you have musical ear,the better,but ANYONE can be a guitarist, totally anyone believe me,I have a few friends,they started from no skill,no talent(just hear him sing lol),and now they beat me like a turd,but cuz i was lazy and didnt practice.But again PRACTICING, even if you know it in your sleep.Also Rocksmith aint sheetmusicsimulator, these are only tabs, Sheetm uses musical notes.


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