Seeing as people are still upset with the cancellation of Mega Man Legends, I thought I would share some games that could have been but sadly were not. To put it bluntly, a game being canned is not a rare thing and it can happen to some really awesome looking games. But hey, maybe it was for a good reason in the end. Here's only a few of them: Kirby Tilt N' Tumble 2: Warning: Spoilers inside! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSH_kRN3keM[/youtube] Planned to be the sequel to Kirby Tilt N' Tumble, the game was re-done removing Kirby in the process before eventually being cancelled. The game would have used the GBA as a controller to tilt much like what would have been done on the gameboy. It didn't look to great from the trailer, but who knows what it could have been. Sonic X-treme: Warning: Spoilers inside! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzvS_beXtXk[/youtube] A somewhat good looking Sonic game. It suffered what I like to call "Duke Nukem" syndrome where it was ported between systems until it was finally cancelled. Unlike Duke however, this game never did get a sequel 15 years later. Although the physics are a bit weird and the camera looks really bad, this might have been a good game. We'll never know. Earthbound 64: Warning: Spoilers inside! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pcd9VnnXSQ[/youtube] Even though this was later revived as Mother 3 on the Gameboy advance, Earthbound 64 still looked pretty damn awesome and was quite different graphically from it's predecessors. From the look of things, the story would also have differed in ways, but to what extent we don't know. And these are just a few of the many. So you think Mega Man is unique in this regard? It isn't. All you can do is sigh and maybe one day it will see a revival. Mega Man isn't the first, and it surely isn't the last.