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Guillermo del Toro’s “Insane” Cancelled

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In an investor call today with THQ announced the cancellation Guillermo del Toro’s video game Insane, and gave back all the rights to del Toro. Announced back at the 2010 VGA awards, we had only heard a few little tidbits of info on the project describing it as a ‘sick, shocking, sandbox-style game’ that would have you questioning your own morality by the end of the game. The game was planned to be the first part of a trilogy of games that offered “an unprecedented cinematic experience while redefining storytelling in gaming.” It’s a shame it will never see the light of day. Thankfully we weren’t allowed to get too excited for the game as the only thing that was released is the teaser trailer.

Surprisingly enough THQ had just said this May that the game was still in production.

 

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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4 Comments

  1. This sucks but I had a feeling this would happen. I&#039m just glad THQ is fixing all there issues and working to be a stronger company.

  2. This sucks but I had a feeling this would happen. I'm just glad THQ is fixing all there issues and working to be a stronger company.

  3. Nooooo! Not cool! :(

    Seriously though, I was having such a nice day…

  4. Nooooo! Not cool! :(

    Seriously though, I was having such a nice day…

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