The lost games of E3

  • Posted May 9th, 2014 at 04:46 EDT by Dinos Zachos

Shadow of the Beast

A title that appeared out of the blue during last year’s E3, Shadow of the Beast is a re-imagined version of a title released on the Amiga in 1989, exclusively for PS4.

Only a teaser trailer was shown during Sony’s press conference and a promise to deliver more information in the future hasn't yet materialized.

Rime (working title)

A colorful and vivid title that captivated gamers’ attention with its beautiful design, Rime is the latest game by Tequila Works. An open-world, adventure game, Rime seems similar to Ico and Journey, though no information is known about its gameplay and story. Like Shadow of the Beast, this title appeared with a trailer during last year’s E3 and hasn’t been talked about since.

Beyond Good and Evil 2

Many gamers loved the original Beyond Good and Evil game, and although it failed to meet Ubisoft’s expectations regarding sales, the game managed, years after its creation, to secure the development of a sequel, but not a release date. Almost seven years in production, Beyond Good and Evil 2 remains in limbo, disappearing for years ever since it was announced during the Ubiday's event in 2008.

At E3 in 2011, the game’s director stated that he was planning to bring the game to next generation consoles, and almost a year later, in May 2012, he confirmed that it was in active development and the team was focused on the game’s engine. Last April, after two more years of silence, during a live streaming by the game’s developers about Rayman Legends, an artwork of Jade (BGAE protagonist) was shown, to once again tease fans of the game who have awaited so long for something new in the popular franchise.

Hi PSU readers, I'm Dinos, a medical student from Greece who loves JRPGS and writing. Follow me on Twitter @mrjroger
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