OnlySP writes: Yesterday, we showed you guys some motion-capture footage for an unannounced and promising Ubisoft game called Osiris. As it turns out, however, Ubisoft is apparently no longer working on the project and has since abandoned it.
And another one bites the dust
just love this song :)
At least Ubisoft came out right away and made a statement on it rather than letting people just believe it was something it's not haha.
kind of sad it would have been cool to see an egyptian set game, it would have been fresh compared to every thing else because theres only one game set in egypt that was good that i played and that was sphinx and the cursed mummy, but hey maybe well get another assassians creed hey guys, yeah that seems like an even better idea,scrap the egyptian game, put prince of persia on pause and forget all about the 2008 game, keep beyond good and evil in development hell, but you can always use more ASSASSIANS CREED YEAH!!!!!
Sad news. There's a distinct lack of games set in Ancient Egypt, and this looked like it was shaping up to be a great one.
Very true, would love to see a great game set in Ancient Egypt
lol! I just caught the mocap trailer a little while ago and now I see this news.
THAT SUCKS IF TRUE.. Hoping for an official press release from Ubisoft regarding this matter.. Don't cancel it for Christ's Sake.. the setting and idea are beautiful.
O ffs :@
Maybe Nintendo should come to the rescue
Maybe the project is "no longer moving forward" because it's already at the finish line? Okay okay I know developers (who aren't Kojima) don't really play on words as much. Would have been sweet though..
I seriously doubt it. Who completely finishes an AAA game before even announcing it?
that was fast lol we just saw a video about it and everybody was so hyped oh well
We didn't even know ANYTHING about the game itself. Several projects are abandoned by all companies every year. They abandoned it for a reason.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.