Say hello to my canceled Scarface 2 small screens!

A new video collects and showcases various screenshots and concept art from a canceled sequel to Scarface: The World is Yours. The 2006 original was developed by the once-great Radical Entertainment, responsible for games such as The Simpsons: Hit & Run, Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction and the Prototype series, and the sequel entered development after its commercial success. At one point, publisher Vivendi expected the series to have multiple entries.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. Scarface 2 was in development but appears to have been canceled around 2009 for unknown reasons. Now, Mafia Game Videos, an account dedicated to all things Mafia-based, has collected various concept art and game environments intended for the game, showing that it would be set in Las Vegas and the Nevada desert.

Screenshots have apparently been around for a while on artstation, but that’s what brought them out. Aside from the setting, there’s no information on what Radical Entertainment was aiming for in the sequel: the original game’s setting was that Tony Montana didn’t die at the end of the movie, but instead set out to exact revenge on those who crossed him. Presumably, with Miami’s mob bosses underground, he wanted to move to the Strip.

The concept work showcases the kind of Las Vegas exterior that makes you wish it did, while environments include an ornate, ornately decorated casino foyer and a slightly less thrilling garage interior (although it does have an amazing ‘careful’ texture). ‘ in floor ).

What could have been. As with most of Radical Entertainment’s games, Scarface: The World is Yours was highly appreciated at launch, but it subsequently amassed a true cult following and is considered one of the best early attempts at taking on GTA. Unfortunately, the game did not benefit from a re-release or remaster, and was left to heroic modders like neoxaero and their Project Scarface Remastered to keep Tony Montana. It seems that, in an industry rife with new versions of old games, this is one that could really use it.

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