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Submitted by -Mezzo- 467d ago | video

RadarPlays - Thrill Kill

GamesRadar - Violence and suggestive content do not a good game make. Few games demonstrate this as profoundly as Thrill Kill, the unreleased PS1 brawler that EA quashed right before release. Oh sure, it's got 4-player fighting, and grisly executions that rival the over-the-top gore of Mortal Kombat's Fatalities. But as Lucas, Tom, and Ryan learn, no amount of controversial content can save a fundamentally terrible game. (Retro, Thrill Kill)

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jukins  +   466d ago
Didnt this eventually turn into the 4 player wu-tang clan fighting game. It was actually pretty good if i remember right but it was along time ago
Skate-AK  +   466d ago
Thrill Kill got canceled and their publisher wouldn't let another publisher release the game so they made the Wu-Tang using the same engine.
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Smoey  +   466d ago
I had Thrill Kill on PS1... so I don't remember this being cancelled? I do remember it being banned or something.

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