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Canceled Scarface video game reappears in leaked footage – ComingSoon.net

Scarface: The world is yours is a 2006 adaptation of the 1983 gangster movie released for PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. Created by Radical Entertainment, the game was one of many that tried to take advantage of a wave of open-world crime games created by megahits like the original Mafia and Grand Theft Auto III. New footage of a canceled sequel surfaced online, giving curious gamers a closer look at what another gaming adventure for Tony Montana might have looked like.

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The story of the sequel continues from The world is yours‘controversial decision to see Tony live after the events in the source material. Baptized Scarface: Empirethis new game would have seen Montana flee Miami and establish a store in Las Vegas, reportedly establishing his newly built casino while running a drug business in the back and ruling out mafia lawmakers intruding on his turf.

Mafia Game Videos’ video shows Tony shooting his way through the streets of Vegas and evading police on the highway. There are also various animation tests showing light from a night and day system and different scenarios for a “second chance” mechanic starting with Tony taking one too many shots in the chest. The recordings also show that it is from 6 June 2008, which is approximately one year before Prototype come out.

This comes just a month after Mafia Game Videos tweeted and has uploaded a video showcases some concept art from the title. These screenshots were reportedly on various Art Station pages over the years, but did not seem to get much attention. They show all the Radicals Las Vegas that never got to see the light of day.

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Radical Entertainment was reportedly deep in production on Scarface: Empire, but development stalled when the company became part of Activision. According to Mafia Game Videos’ source, the publisher had too many open-world games under development at the time and did not see a future in Scarf series.

Outside of some special crossovers, Montana has not reappeared in the gaming world, but the door is probably still open if some nostalgia-driven pitcher develops the right people.

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