Also delayed into 2019
Crowdfunded Castlevania revival Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will no longer release on the PS Vita, as a new Kickstarter update confirms that development for Sony’s handheld has been canned. Backers will have the opportunity to switch to a different system or request a full refund – either way, it’s Game Over for...
NetherRealm Studios has ripped the head off the PlayStation 3 version of Mortal Kombat X, which was set to release this year. The last-gen instalment was originally due out alongside the PlayStation 4 edition in April, but was initially pushed back into June. It was then delivered a second upper-cut, and delayed into the fall. Now it's...
Sports Champions studio moves to mobile
Zindagi Games, the studio behind the Sports Champions series on the PlayStation 3, appears to have had its inaugural PlayStation 4 project canned. The company's website previously alluded to an ongoing relationship with SCEA – and, in particular, Sony San Diego – but all references to the platform holder...
Warrior's Lair, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita cross-play title formerly known as Ruin, has been officially canned. The Diablo-esque dungeon crawler had a troubled development, as it was passed from Idol Minds to Sony San Diego in April 2012, nearly a year after it garnered rapturous applause during Sony's press conference at E3 in...
The PlayStation Vita version of Dungeon Defenders has been cancelled, developer Trendy Entertainment has revealed. The studio stated on its website that it was switching the resources reserved for the handheld port to a new unannounced project. Dungeon Defenders was first demonstrated on Vita back when the device was known as...
A tragic tale
XSEED has scrapped plans to publish Vanillaware’s gorgeous PSP role-playing game Grand Knights History in North America. The publisher said that unfortunately the “development resources required to localise the game were not available, necessitating its cancellation”. The publisher continued: We regret not being able to bring...
Square Enix has confirmed that it has cancelled a number of unconfirmed digital titles in order to strengthen its finances
In a statement, the publisher predicted a net loss for the year ending March 31st. The company had previously expected to profit. Square Enix blamed the loss on the costs incurred in cancelling projects. "Under a rapidly changing operating environment and more prudent..
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