Resident Evil Portable
Capcom was planning to release a game for Sony’s handheld device PS GO back in 2009 based on the Resident Evil series. The publisher gave it an working title of “Resident Evil Portable”.
It claimed the game would have been “totally different for a Resident Evil game”. Very little was revealed about this game but the idea of having a portable Resident Evil game got fans excited. However, nothing came out nor did Capcom officially cancel the game. The PS GO is more of an relic now and even Sony’s latest handheld PlayStation Vita isn’t doing great either.
Considering these facts, it is safe to assume that the game remains cancelled and we will be missing out on what could have potentially been an amazing Resident Evil experience for handheld devices.
Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun
Square Enix never actually announced the game officially but whispers confirmed it was in development for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. This would have been the first Legacy of Kain title in over 10 years and had created quite a buzz even though it was never officially announced.
Much to the dismay of fans of the series, Square made an official announcement about the cancellation of the game (quite the irony) citing it “just wasn’t the right game, at the right time” as the reason for its cancellation.
The game was quite well into development and its multiplayer component which was developed by Psyonix, was released by Square Enix, as a standalone multiplayer experience called Nosgoth for the PC in 2015.
The best is yet to come.