Screenshots and concept art from a cancelled Scarface game have appeared online after more than a decade.
Scarface 2 was a never-released sequel to 2006’s Scarface: The World is Yours from Radical Entertainment, the developer behind The Simpsons: Hit & Run and the Prototype games, and the newly found art reveals a colourful Las Vegas setting.
The first Scarface game was well received – IGN said it was great as it did “an absolutely fantastic job of bringing the world of Scarface to gamers” – but the sequel was seemingly cancelled around 2009 for unknown reasons.
Radical was acquired by Activision in 2008 and went on to release the first Prototype game a year later, around the time Scarface 2 was thought to be cancelled.
This also isn’t the first time images of one of Radical’s cancelled projects have emerged online, as last year footage emerged of a cancelled Spider-Man game.
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Source: IGN Video Games All