The Scoop on Kids’ Video Games that Have Never Been Finished

If there is one thing that most children love today, it is playing with video games. Discover the scoop on kids' video games that have never been finished. #videogames #neverfinishedgames
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If there is one thing that most children love today, it is playing with video games.

Therefore, for parents, getting involved in video games and learning a bit about them can help you to connect with your child!

For some games, the anticipation is greater than the game itself, because the design process takes such a long time.

In other cases, the games actually never make it to market… they are never actually finished.


If there is one thing that most children love today, it is playing with video games. Discover the scoop on kids' video games that have never been finished. #videogames #neverfinishedgames

The Scoop on Kids’ Video Games that Have Never Been Finished


A Little Gaming Background

For the most part, it takes time to create video games.  If one component is out of place, then the entire video game cannot work.

Some video games take years and years before they are released onto the market for kids and adults.

This is something which can be extremely detrimental if a video game release date has been announced and then the game keeps getting pushed further and further back. 

It is also worth pointing out that many video games are created from movies. Therefore, after a film, there is a lot of talk and anticipation for the game, yet it may never come to fruition.

One example is the movie Deliverance.

People have been waiting for this movie to be turned into a game since the ’70s! It could make a really cool game, especially when you read this article on what do angels look like


Some other unreleased video games your kids may wish to play might include the following:


Prey 2

Will Prey 2 go ahead?

Won’t it?

There have been many rumors circulating regarding the status of this first-person shooter game.

Bethesda Softworks revealed that game development is not progressing as they would have liked. The company formally announced this game was canceled in 2014 because it was failing to meet expectations.


The Lord of the Rings: The White Council

Everyone has heard of The Lord of the Rings; the popular novel released by J. R. R. Tolkien and the consequent films.

A role-playing game was set to be released entitled “The Lord of the Rings: The White Council”.

The game was based on a similar model as The Sims games. Indeed, there was a huge open-world whereby individuals could explore and go wherever they wanted.

This announcement was made in 2006, however, revealing that the game had been delayed indefinitely.


Agent

Rockstar North is well known for the development of the Grand Theft Auto games series.

In 2007, Sony announced that Rockstar would be working on an upcoming action game named ‘Agent’ which will be set during the Cold War period.

However, after 12 years of waiting, there is still no sign of a release date.


Final Fantasy Versus XIII

This game breaks the record for the longest amount of time spent developing a Final Fantasy game.

The development of the game began in late 2005.

In late 2012, the development team announced that they were working really hard and that it will be worth the wait.

In the end, Final Fantasy Versus XIII became Final Fantasy XV.


The Last Guardian

The game revolves around a little boy who is trying to escape from a ruined area.

Details about the game began to surface in 2009 with it expected to be debuted in 2011.

Nevertheless, the release date has been pushed back several times. Finally, we got the game we wanted in 2016! 


What about your kids?

What games do they enjoy?

Are there any games they are waiting on to be released?

How do you keep tabs on what your kids are playing?

Any great hints for other parents?

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