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This list is for video games cancelled for Sega video game consoles.

Sega Master System[]

  • Action Force
  • Arch Rivals
  • Aero Star
  • American Gladiators (available for NES, Super NES, and Sega Genesis)
  • Captain America and the Avengers (available for Arcade, Super Nintendo, and Sega Genesis)
  • Chespirito (moved by Chapolim x Dracula: Um Duelo Assutador in Brazil)
  • Cosmic Avenger
  • Die Hard (released only in Japan)
  • Emergency Room: Code Red
  • F-1 Grand Prix
  • F-14 World War
  • Fighting Heroes
  • Fire Fighter
  • Freedom Force
  • Gaiares (moved to Mega Drive)
  • Ghostbusters II
  • Gradius
  • Grind Stormer
  • Last Action Hero
  • Lightning Warriors
  • M.U.S.H.A. (moved to Mega Drive)
  • Operation Thunderbolt
  • Sol-Deace (available for Sharp X68000, Sega Genesis, and Sega CD)
  • Splatterhouse (available for Arcade, TurboGrafx 16, and Sega Genesis)
  • Star Fleet
  • Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Super Dimensional Fortress Macross
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game
  • Thunderbirds
  • Thunder Force
  • Truxton (available for Arcade and Sega Genesis)
  • WWF Wrestlemania
  • X-Force
  • Zero Wing (available for Arcade and Sega Genesis)
  • Sonic 3 (8-bit) (available for and Sega Genesis As 16-bit)

Mega Drive/Genesis[]

  • Captain Commando (available for arcade, SNES)
  • Chapolim x Dracula: Um Duelo Assutador (available for Sega Master System)
  • Devil Buster (possible Shin Megami Tensei spinoff)
  • GS Mikami: Joreishi wa Nice Body (available for SNES)
  • Hardcore[1] (originally a Amiga game)
  • Lufia & the Fortress of Doom (Available for SNES)
  • Mr. Nutz 2
  • Ninja Gaiden
  • Pink Panter (Japan Version available on Super Famciom, only on USA)
  • Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow and the Flame (available on PC [2])
  • Putty Squad
  • Slayers
  • Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill
  • Sonic Crackers (aka Sonic Studium; released for Sega 32X as Knuckles' Chaotix)
  • Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games (released for SNES and PC)
  • Wacky Races
  • Waterworld (released for Virtual Boy, SNES and PC)

Sega CD[]

  • After Burner II (Available for arcade, Mega Drive, PC Engine)
  • Brain Dead 13 (Available for PC, 3DO, Saturn, PlayStation)
  • Captain Commando (Available for arcade, SNES)
  • Cool Spot (Available For Mega Drive, SNES, Master System, Game Gear, Amiga, DOS & Game Boy)
  • Dark Seed (Available for PC, Saturn, PlayStation)
  • Fantasia (Available for Mega Drive)
  • Galaxy Force II (Available for arcade, Saturn)
  • Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (Available for PC)
  • Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
  • Phantasy Star IV (Development moved to Mega Drive)
  • Polygon Golf
  • Power Drift (Available for arcade, Saturn)
  • Rad Mobile (Available for arcade, Saturn)
  • SegaSonic the Hedgehog (Available for Arcade)
  • Super Gaiares
  • Super Monaco GP (Available for arcade, Mega Drive, Master System, Game Gear)
  • The Super Shinobi III (Development moved to Saturn)
  • Thunder Force IV (Available for Mega Drive)
  • Turbo Outrun (Available for arcade, Mega Drive)
  • Wolf Soldier
  • Ys IV: Mask of the Sun (Available for Super Famicom)

Sega 32X[]

  • Alien Trilogy
  • Alien vs. Predator
  • Batman Forever
  • Castlevania: The Bloodletting (development moved to PlayStation)
  • Clockwork Knight (development moved to Saturn)
  • Darkstalkers
  • Daytona USA (available for arcade, Saturn and Dreamcast)
  • Ecco the Dolphin
  • Garfield: Caught in the Act (Available For Sega Genesis)
  • Panzer Dragoon (development moved to Saturn)
  • Rayman (available for Jaguar, Saturn, PlayStation, Game Boy Advance)
  • Shadow of Atlantis [3]
  • Sonic Mars (development moved to Saturn under the name Sonic X-treme but canceled there)
  • Soulstar X
  • Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games (Released for SNES And PC)
  • V-Goal (development moved to Saturn)
  • Virtua Hamster
  • X-Men: Mind Games [1]

Sega Saturn[]

  • Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (Available for PlayStation, PC)
  • Breath of Fire III (Available for PlayStation, PSP)
  • Clockwork Knight 3 (Never made it past the beta stage)
  • Crash Bandicoot (Available on Playstation)
  • Cybersled (Available for arcade, Playstation)
  • Diablo (Available for PC and PlayStation)
  • Dragon Quest VII (Development moved to PlayStation)
  • Dungeon & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Available for arcade, released later as part of Dungeons & Dragon Collection for Saturn)
  • Dynamite Cop (Available for arcade, Dreamcast)
  • Eternal Champions: The Final Chapter
  • Fade to Black (Available for PC and PlayStation)
  • Fighting Force (Available for PC and PlayStation)
  • Grand Theft Auto (Available for Playstation, PC, Game Boy Color)
  • Ninja: Shadow of Darkness (Available for Playstation)
  • Rayman 2 (2D version, also planned for PlayStation)
  • Resident Evil 2 (Available for PlayStation, Nintendo 64, PC, Dreamcast, Gamecube)
  • Return Fire (Available for PlayStation, 3DO and PC)
  • Ridge Racer (Available for arcade, Playstation, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS)
  • Shenmue (Development moved to Dreamcast)
  • Sonic Adventure (Development moved to Dreamcast)
  • Sonic Xtreme
  • Sonic the Fighters (Available for arcade)
  • StarBlade (Available for arcade, Mega CD, 3DO, Playstation)
  • Tomb Raider II (Available for Playstation, PC)
  • Virtua Fighter 3 (Available for arcade and Dreamcast)
  • Virtua Striker (Available for arcade)
  • Waterworld (released for Virtual Boy, SNES and PC)

Dreamcast[]

  • Agartha [4]
  • Air Nights [5] (development revived for Wii as Nights: Journey of Dreams.)
  • Akolyte[6]
  • Anachronox (available for PC)
  • Arcatera: The Dark Brotherhood [7]
  • Arena League Football: The 50-Yard Indoor War [8]
  • Armada 2: Star Command [9]
  • Austin Powers: Mojo Rally [10]
  • Baldur's Gate [11] (available on PC)
  • Beach Spikers (available for arcade, GameCube)
  • Black & White [12] (available on PC)
  • Border Zone [13]
  • Braveknight [14]
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer [15] (available on Xbox)
  • Castlevania: Resurrection
  • Chakan [16]
  • Clockwork Knight 3 (that never made it past the beta stage)
  • Colin McRae Rally 2.0
  • Commandos 2: Men of Courage [17]
  • Daikatana (available for GameBoy Color, Nintendo 64, PC)
  • Daytona USA 2 (available for arcade)
  • Daytona USA 3 (planned for Naomi)[original research?][citation needed]
  • Dee Dee Planet
  • Deus Ex (available for Playstation, Mac, PC)
  • Dronez
  • Ecco 2
  • Geist Force [18]
  • Gex: Enter the Gecko (Available For Playstation, Nintendo 64, PC)
  • Gun Beat (planned for Naomi)
  • GunValkyrie (available for Xbox)
  • Guru Guru Onsen 3
  • Half-Life: Gold [19]
  • Hellgate
  • Hitman: Codename 47 (available on PC)
  • House of the Dead III (planned for Naomi, available for arcade, Xbox, Wii)
  • Jet Set Radio 2 (Moved to Xbox, became Jet Set Radio Future)
  • Innocent Tears (planned RPG)
  • Last Bronx 2 (planned for Naomi)
  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2 (available for PlayStation 2,PC)
  • Max Payne (available for PlayStation 2, PC, Xbox)
  • Maximo: Ghosts to Glory (available for PlayStation 2)
  • Monkey Ball (available for arcade, Gamecube)
  • Ninja Assault (available for arcade, PlayStation 2)
  • Outcast (available for PC)
  • Picassio (moved to PlayStation 2, then to GameCube, ultimately canceled)
  • Project Eden (available for PlayStation 2, PC)
  • Propeller Arena Online (available for arcade)
  • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (availabel for PlayStation, PC, Game Boy Color, Nintendo 64)
  • Sanity: Aiken's Artifact [20]
  • Sega Super GT (available for arcade, development halted at demo stage)
  • Sega GT 2002 (originally intended to be released for the Dreamcast, but when the Dreamcast was discontinued in 2001, the game was reprogrammed for the Xbox.)
  • Shenmue III
  • Soul Calibur 2 (planned for Naomi, available for arcade, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox)
  • System Shock 2 (available for PC)
  • Take the Bullet
  • Test Drive Cycles
  • Time Crisis II (available for arcade, PlayStation 2)
  • ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth (available for Xbox)
  • Type X: Spiral Nightmare
  • Virtua Fighter 4 (available for arcade and PlayStation 2)

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