A YouTuber posted what appears to be footage from an unreleased Scarface video game. The footage, which is labeled as a “canceled game prototype,” shows the player character walking through what appears to be a Miami nightclub. While the footage is only a minute long, it provides a tantalizing glimpse into what could have been.
The original Scarface game was released in 2006, and received mixed reviews. However, it nevertheless holds a cult following, thanks in part to its stylish presentation and over-the-top violence. It’s unclear why the sequel was never released, but it’s likely that the game simply didn’t meet the publisher’s expectations. Regardless of the reasons, it’s tragic that we’ll never get to experience this promising-looking sequel.
The channel Mafia Game Videos has recently released footage of the never-released sequel to Scarface, which was known as Scarface Empire. The footage is an early build of the game, and it showcases a new Las Vegas setting, upgraded graphics, improved combat, and bunch of swearing. While it’s awesome to finally see this game in action, it’s a shame that it was never completed. Hopefully, one day we’ll see a fully finished version of Scarface Empire. until then, enjoy the footage! Thanks, YouTube channel Mafia Game Videos!
In 2006, a video game was released that was set after the ending of the classic gangster flick Scarface. The game was a bit clunky, but it was still fun to play. A sequel to the game was started, but it was never finished. However, new footage from the canceled sequel has surfaced online. The footage shows that the sequel would have been a great follow-up to the original game.
The video that gives a glimpse into what could have been for the never-released sequel to the Mafia game. The footage, from Mafia Game Videos, demonstrates combat and driving, as well as a new mechanic called “revive.” This feature would have let Tony survive encounters with random armed thugs. It is believed that this would have worked like a quick time event (QTE), letting the player recover if they succeeded or die if they failed. The video also shows off a load of supposed concept art for the never-released sequel. While it is sad that we will never get to experience this game, it is interesting to see what could have been.