It's dead, Jim.
What the hell happened to Scalebound?
"If the opportunity arises, it's something we would love to return to," says studio head Atsushi Inaba.
PlatinumGames studio head Atsushi Inaba says the blame doesn't lie entirely with Microsoft.
If this is true, it would be a hell of a coup for Nintendo.
Honestly, picking just five was a bit hard...
Phil Spencer discusses the reason Scalebound was cancelled.
Scalebound remains dead.
But should you expect it to return?
JP Kellams is no longer with the company.
'I've learned when we try to do something ambitious with a new team, or a new IP, I'd rather not run out there and put a target on it too early.'
'Microsoft have been pretty good with content.'
If it's any consolation.
Hideki Kamiya promises to "keep delivering fun games".
Nonetheless, studio will continue "delivering high-quality games".
What Scalebound's cancellation could mean.
Reputed insider notes that Hideki Kamiya isn't doing well.
Phil Spencer is "confident" in 2017 lineup.
The Xbox One/PC exclusive is no more.
Sales are a part of it.