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This is a list of canceled video games, organized by system.

3DO[]

  • Rockman X3 (available for SNES, Sega Saturn, and PlayStation; also part of Mega Man X Collection)
  • The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime (available for Mac OS and PlayStation)
  • McKenzie & Co (available for PC)
  • Ripper (available for PC)
  • Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (available for Arcade, SNES, Genesis/Mega Drive, and Sega Saturn; later emulated to Xbox Live Arcade as well as Nintendo DS and PS2, the latter through special MK: Armageddon).

Amstrad[]

CPC[]

  • Dalek Attack
  • Mega Twins
  • The NeverEnding Story II
  • Project Stealth Fighter
  • Rimrunner
  • RoboCop 3
  • Street Fighter II
  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • The Punisher
  • Tilt
  • Toki
  • Where Time Stood Still

GX4000[]

  • Chase HQ
  • Double Dragon
  • Shadow Warriors
  • RoboCop
  • Batman - The Caped Crusader
  • S.D.I.
  • Pro Tennis Tour 2
  • OutRun
  • Mean Streets
  • Klax Plus (also called Klax +)
  • Kick Off (two games, the second being called Kick Off 2)
  • Gazza's Superstar Soccer
  • Escape From the Planet of the Robot Monsters

Arcade[]

  • Asylum
  • Capcom Fighting All-Stars
  • Chimera Beast
  • Earthworm Jim
  • GunBeat
  • Hydro Thunder 2
  • Judge Dredd
  • Magic: The Gathering Armageddon
  • Marble Madness 2
  • Metal Maniax
  • Primal Rage 2
  • Tattoo Assassins
  • Tenth Degree
  • Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3: Wave Net
  • Gremlins
  • Star Fox: Assault
  • Lemmings
  • Multi-player Missile Command sequel
  • Michael Jackson's Moonwalker sequel
  • Kenju
  • In the Groove 3
  • Beavis and Butt-Head

Atari[]

2600[]

  • 9 to 5
  • The A-Team
  • Ballblazer
  • Blow Out
  • Combat 2
  • Computer Corridor (also known as Computer Revenge[1])
  • Count's Castle
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still
  • Elevator Action
  • The Entity
  • Family Feud (by The Great Game Company - later Gametek - for Spring 1983[2])
  • The Impossible Game[3]
  • James Bond: Moonraker
  • Jeopardy! (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983; which of the three formats used through this point by the company is unknown)
  • The Joker's Wild (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983)
  • Mark of the Mole
  • Mission Omega
  • Monkey Business
  • Password Plus (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983)
  • Planet of the Apes
  • The Price is Right (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983;[4] also planned for the NES but never released)
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • The Secret of NIMH
  • Shogun Assassin
  • Snark
  • Solo
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Revenge of the Jedi - Game I
  • Revenge of the Jedi - Game II
  • Swordquest: Airworld
  • Tempest (available in arcades and for PC (Microsoft Arcade)
  • Tic-Tac-Dough (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983[5])
  • Wheel Of Fortune (by The Great Game Company for Spring 1983)
  • Xevious (available in arcades, on many home computers, and NES; also emulated on Classic NES Series and Star Fox: Assault)

5200[]

  • Cloak & Dagger
  • Omega Race
  • Superman III

7800[]

  • Pit-Fighter
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • KLAX

Lynx[]

Jaguar[]

  • Batman Forever

ST[]

  • Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warpship (available for the NES)

Bandai[]

WonderSwan[]

  • Raku Jong

WonderSwan Color[]

  • Digimon Tamers: Digimon Action
  • Dice de Chocobo available for PlayStation and Game Boy Advance
  • Final Fantasy III available for the Famicom and Nintendo DS
  • Seiken Densetsu 2 available for SNES

ColecoVision[]

  • Moon Patrol
  • Pac-Man
  • Subroc Super Game (for the Adam computer)
  • Star Trek Stategic Simulator Super Game]] (for the Adam computer)

Commodore[]

Commodore 64[]

  • Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship (available for the NES)

Amiga[]

  • Battle Isle II (available for PC)
  • Bureau 13 (available for PC)
  • Dafel: Bloodline
  • Frontier: First Encounters[6] (available for PC)
  • Fortress of Fear
  • Gilbert Goodmate and the Mushroom of Phungoria (available for PC)
  • Golem[6]
  • Hardcore (moved from Amiga to Mega Drive but was also cancelled there[7])
  • Hard Target[8]
  • Heart of Darkness (available for PC and PlayStation)
  • King of Thieves
  • Metal Gear (available for MSX2, NES, PC and Commodore 64)
  • NBA Jam Tournament Edition (available for PC, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, Jaguar, PlayStation, Saturn, Sega 32X and SNES)
  • Phantasmagoria[6][9] (available for PC, Mac and Saturn)
  • Phoenix - Operation Firestorm[6][10]
  • Pussies Galore
  • The Settlers II (available for PC)
  • Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship (available for the NES)
  • Space Station 3000[11]
  • Where Time Stood Still (available for ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, and PC)
  • Yie-Ar Kung Fu (available for Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX, NES, and BBC Micro)
  • Z (available for PC, PlayStation and Saturn[12])

CD32[]

  • Cyberwar (available for PC)
  • Inferno (available for PC)
  • Lost Eden (available for PC, Mac, 3DO, and CD-i)
  • MegaRace (available for PC, Sega CD, and 3DO)

Microsoft[]

Nintendo[]

Other[]

Gizmondo[]

  • Agaju: The Sacred Path of Treasure
  • Age of Empires
  • Ball Busters
  • Battlestations: Midway
  • Carmageddon TV
  • Casino
  • Catapult
  • Chicane
  • Colors
  • Conflict: Desert Storm II
  • Conflict: Vietnam
  • Fallen Kingdoms
  • Furious Phil: Dawn of the Mutants
  • Future Tactics
  • Geo-Xtreme
  • Ghost
  • Goal!
  • Guardian
  • Island Capers
  • It's Mr. Pants
  • Johnny Whatever
  • Jump
  • MechAssault
  • Milo and the Rainbow Nasties
  • Momma Can I Mow The Lawn
  • Rayman
  • Sega Classic Pack
  • Supernaturals
  • The Great Escape
  • The Verbier Ride
  • Total Overdose
  • Tron 2.0
  • Worms World Party

GP32[]

  • Breath of Fire III (available on PlayStation, PC and PSP)
  • Fire Pro Wrestling
  • King of Fighters
  • Rockman X5 (available on PlayStation and PC)
  • Street Fighter Zero 3 (available on PlayStation, Saturn, Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance and PSP)

N-Gage[]

  • Driv3r
  • Virtua Cop
  • FIFA 06

Neo Geo[]

  • Bang Bang Busters[13]
  • Crystal Legacy (available as Breakers Revenge[14])
  • Dance RhythMIX[15][16]
  • Dunk Star[17]
  • Fun Fun Bros.[18]
  • Galaxy Fight 2 (redesigned and available as Waku Waku 7)
  • GhostLop[19][20]
  • Hebereke's Pair Pair Wars[19]
  • Karate Ninja Show[21]
  • Kizuna Encounter Special Edition[14]
  • Last Odyssey Pinball Fantasia[22]
  • Magician Lord 2
  • Mystic Wand[23]
  • QP[24]
  • The Eye of Typhoon[25]
  • The Warlocks of the Fates (also known as Shinryu Senki[26])

PC[]

  • American McGee's Oz
  • Armalion (redesigned and available as Sacred)[27][28]
  • BIONICLE: The Legend of Mata Nui (originally planned to be released in Fall 2001, but cancelled because of a lawsuit by Maori activists and a glitch in the first level)
  • Creation
  • Dune Generations
  • Dungeon Keeper 3: War for the Overworld[28]
  • Fallout 3 (also known as Project Van Buren; new version developed by Bethesda Softworks)
  • Felony Pursuit
  • Flesh and Wire
  • Full Throttle: Hell on Wheels
  • Genesis: The Hand of God[28]
  • Golgotha
  • Heart of Stone
  • Indiana Jones and the Iron Phoenix[28]
  • Into the Shadows
  • Jazz Jackrabbit 3
  • Loose Cannon (formerly Highway Knight)
  • Madden 09 (EA Sports announced on April 3, 2008 that no PC version would be offered in the near future)
  • Marvel 2099: One Nation Under Doom
  • Mission 2000
  • Monstro!
  • Mythica
  • Mickey's Wild Adventure (released for PlayStation in PAL regions only)
  • Outcast II: The Lost Paradise
  • Prax War
  • Ridge Racer (available for PlayStation)
  • Quest of the Blademasters
  • The Red Star
  • Sam & Max Freelance Police
  • Nickelodeon 3d Movie Maker 2 Planned For July 1999 With The Angry Beavers, CatDog And Spongebob Squearepants.
  • Scream 2
  • Sex 'n' Drugs 'n' Rock 'n' Roll
  • Shadow the Hedgehog (available for Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox)
  • Shenandoah: Daughter of the Stars[28]
  • SimMars[29]
  • Simsville
  • Star Trek: First Contact
  • Star Trek: Secret of Vulcan Fury
  • Sonic Adventure 2 (available for Dreamcast and Nintendo GameCube)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) (available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360)
  • Supercan
  • Torn
  • The Indestructibles[30]
  • The Lady, the Mage and the Knight (also known as Unless: The Treachery of Death)[28][31]
  • Ultima VIII: The Lost Vale add-on[28]
  • Ultima Online 2
  • Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (the multiplayer portion of the game is available as a free download)
  • Zamolxe[28]
  • Zero-G Marines

Sega[]

Sinclair[]

ZX Spectrum[]

  • Atomic Robo-Kid
  • Attack of the Mutant Zombie Flesh Eating Chickens From Mars
  • Bandersnatch (available as Brataccas for the Atari ST and Amiga)
  • The Bobby Yazz Show (available on a Crash! covertape)
  • Cyborg (available for Commodore 64)
  • Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror (available for Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro and Commodore 64)
  • DuckTales: The Quest for Gold
  • The Great Giana Sisters (available for Amiga and C64)
  • MasterSpy (available as a MS-DOS shareware version)
  • Miner Willy Meets The Taxman (also known as The Megatree)
  • Mire Mare[32]
  • Moon Patrol
  • One Man and His Droid II
  • Robotron 2084 (available for Arcade and Atari 7800)
  • Scooby Doo In The Castle Mystery
  • Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship (available for NES)
  • The Last Ninja
  • Toki (available for several formats)

Sony[]

Systems and Accessories[]

  • Atari 2000
  • Atari Cosmos
  • Atari Game Brain (an edutainment handheld console)
  • Atari Mirai
  • Atari Panther (Atari Jaguar successor)
  • Atari Jaguar Duo (combined unit consisting of Atari Jaguar and Jaguar CD)
  • Bandai WonderSwan (released only in Japan, at one point had a USA release schedule)
  • Ericsson Red Jade (64-bit handheld console)
  • Nintendo Famicom Disk System (released only in Japan, dropped when carts could hold more data)
  • Nintendo 64DD (released only in Japan, tied to Randnet Internet service)
  • Nintendo PlayStation (co-developed by Sony and Nintendo, would play SNES carts and CD-ROMs)
  • Nintendo SNES CD (co-developed by Philips and Nintendo, would attach under SNES console)
  • Indrema L600 Entertainment System (TBA)
  • Panasonic M2 (3DO 2, sold to Panasonic, planned in 1997 but cancelled)
  • Phantom Console
  • Sony PocketStation (released only in Japan)
  • Sega Blackjack (co-developed by Bandai and Sega, dropped in favor of the Dreamcast)[citation needed]
  • Sega Neptune (combined unit consisting of Sega Genesis and 32X)
  • Sega VR
  • Taito Wow Wow
  • Ultravision Video Arcade System
  • Sega Next Gen (intended next-gen console by Sega, however cancelled near the end of the Dreamcast's lifetime)
  • PlayStation Online (planned as an early version of PlayStation Network in 2005)
  • Sega Super Master System (early name for Sega Mega Drive[citation needed])

See also[]

  • Abandonware
  • Vaporware

Notes[]

  1. Computer Corridor Cancelled
  2. History of The Great Game Company
  3. Impossible Game Cancelled
  4. The Great Game Company - seven classics, no releases. (advertisement)
  5. The Great Game Company - seven classics, no releases. (press release)
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Every Amiga Game Ever Released
  7. Amiga Interview - Andreas Axelsson at Digital Illusions - Lemon Amiga
  8. Amiga Nutta - Game Cancellations
  9. Amiga Nutta - Game Cancellations
  10. Phoenix - The Crusade - HOL Amiga database
  11. http://www.amigaflame.com/amiist.htm Amiga Flame
  12. content_z
  13. [1] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  14. 14.0 14.1 [2] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  15. [3] - Arcade History.com list
  16. [4] - System16.com Neo-Geo master list
  17. [5] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  18. [6] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  19. 19.0 19.1 [7] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  20. [8] - Neo-Geo.com master list]
  21. [9] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  22. [10] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  23. [11] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  24. [12] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  25. [13] - System16.com Neo-Geo master list
  26. [14] - Neo-Geo.com master list
  27. "Armalion". Spellcraft Studio. Retrieved 27 July 2009. 
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 28.5 28.6 28.7 PC Games That Weren't
  29. IGN.com
  30. neuer Spieler: 10 weitere Videospiele, die es leider nie gab!
  31. "Divinity, The Sword of Lies Interview". interview. IGN. 2000-03-22. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  32. "Rarewhere: Limbo". Ultimate Play The Game. 1999-02-09. Retrieved 2007-05-22. 

References[]


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