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Google has finally axed Google Wave after the project failed to achieve any success.
Obsidian Entertainment has said that the Aliens RPG it was working on was practically finished, but was cancelled anyway.
The consumer graphics Larrabee part Intel was planning for 2010 has been cancelled. Surprised? No, us neither.
EA has announced that it has cancelled 12 games and made 1500 staff redundant.
Obsidian has confirmed once and for all that Sega has cancelled the RPG the studio had been working on, which would have been based on the Aliens franchise.
T-Enterprise has cancelled development of a game based in the Guantanamo Detention Facility after a massive negative reaction to the game.
Atomic Games may not have a publisher for Six Days in Fallujah anymore, but that isn't stopping them from trying to finish the game.
In a further effort to reduce losses, Midway has closed its Austin studio, cancelled some more games and culled its workforce by 25 percent.
THQ has confirmed that the PlayStation 3 version of the multiplayer shooter Frontlines has been cancelled - but that's not all!
Perpetual Entertainment, developer of Star Trek Online, is being sued by the PR agency for the game in a rather interesting twist of fate.
Valve's Doug Lombardi told IGN that Half-Life 2: The Black Box has been cancelled.
The popular distributed computing project is being, er, folded. Ha Ha.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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