Unseen64, the website dedicated to documenting of canceled games, has released a new video on its YouTube channel where they show different materials of Daredevil: The Man Without Fear, a game for PlayStation 2 starring the veteran Marvel hero.
The Unseen64 website, which documents all canceled games, has released a new video that brings some light to some of the events that led to the closure of the game of Daredevil: The Man Without Fear.
The game would be based and inspired in part by the comic of the same name by Frank Miller and was being developed by 5000ft Inc. Initially it would be a “small” action game in the third person for PS2, but with the announcement that a film of Daredevil was underway, the increased scale of the game to become an open world title, was the reason thereby They also decided to bring it on Xbox and PC.
Unfortunately, the game was eventually canceled in June 2004, two years after its announcement in 2002, time that never appeared in any video game trade or E3 show. What did reach was a debut title character for Game Boy Advance in 2003 to harness the pull of the criticized film starring Ben Affleck.
Unfortunately, Daredevil: The Man Without Fear never joined the list of available superhero game. This latest video takes just over fifteen minutes, but it serves to know more about the world of this video game.