Confirmed: Traxion axed; Kuju leaves LucasArts
A few days ago, an IGN staff member wrote about how an upcoming music game, Traxion, might have been canned. GI.biz reports that Kuju, the developers of the Traxion project have ended their relationship with the game's publisher, LucasArts. "Kuju can confirm that we have agreed to sever the development relationship with LucasArts in respect of the Traxion game shown at E3 last year," said Ed Daly, studio head of Kuju Brighton.
While this means that Traxion is canceled, we can only hope that a similar project will take its place. The game earned praise for its innovative technology that allowed you to play with music stored on the PSP's Memory Stick. "We can say that Kuju Brighton is committed to continue developing innovative lifestyle and music-based games, and we hope to be able to make a more specific announcement about the future of games based on our award-winning music analysis technology in the near future."
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
1-08-2007 @ 4:20PM
I am sad to see a sweet game like this be of no more after seeing the trailer I wanted this I would have loved to play Eye of the Tiger and other songs like that with this game it would have been fun.
Plus if you did not see what it was going to be like. You can take a look at the trailer and see what it would have been.
1-08-2007 @ 8:19PM
Thanks but I wish I didn't watch that trailer, now I am really bummed out.......
1-08-2007 @ 10:30PM
Michael Anderson said...
This is a real shame ... it was one of the games I was most looking forward to ...