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Blades of Passage, Nintendo 64 unreleased game

Known during development as Thu Lu Khan and Project Edge, this game has been shelved shortly after the cancellation of the Nintendo 64DD US launch.

Genre : Action-RPG
Developers : Pixelplay Interactive

United StatesBlades of Passage

Planned on : Nintendo 64DD
Publisher : inconnu

The game was planned for the line-up of the 64DD launch in the USA. After Nintendo announced the system would not be released outside of Japan, the development has been transferred to the Nintendo 64 then the GameCube and eventually definitively cancelled.


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