Obsidian has revealed four canceled games, including a potential God of War adversary

Obsidian has revealed four canceled games, including a potential God of War adversary ...

Obsidian Entertainment had a game in the works that he hoped would compete with the God of War, but it was eventually deleted even before it was released.

As revealed by Obsidian Entertainment founder Feargus Urquhart, this game was inspired by Journey to the Center of the Earth. It has been assumed that this game was just one of the many that the group never completed.

Urquhart talked about four games that were postponed, including a Walking Dead RPG that was unsuccessful in getting a publisher, and a Rick and Morty game that was canceled when the company was bought by Microsoft. There was also a game called the Cops TV show, which was said to be canceled because no one outside the studio could understand its appeal.

Obsidian has put aside several projects, but has also brought many new ones to light: among them is Grounded, a survival adventure inspired by Tesoro, I shrunk the kids, and Pentiment, a mystery game set in a medieval monastery.

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