Vectorman (PlayStation 2)

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System(s): PlayStation 2
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Pseudo Interactive
Planned release date: 2004-01[1]
Genre: Action
Number of players: 1

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Vectorman for the PlayStation 2 is an unreleased reboot of the Vectorman series (consisting of Vectorman and Vectorman 2 for the Sega Mega Drive) developed by Pseudo Interactive for Sega.

The PS2 Vectorman is not thought to have made it past the alpha stages of development (the simple and sometimes non-existent textures being the biggest clue), although footage from the time period suggests that it would have been a third-person action game with fully destructable environments and above-average AI. It was featured in this state at E3 2003 (with test levels produced specifically for this event), but was cancelled in the months which followed for currently unknown reasons. Had it been released, it would have debuted around spring 2004.

Pseudo Interactive would later collaborate with Sega for Full Auto and Full Auto 2: Battlelines before closing in 2008.

Magazine articles

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Games in the Vectorman Series
Vectorman (1995) | Vectorman 2 (1996) | Vectorman (PlayStation 2) (Unreleased)
Vectorman related media
Sega Tunes: Vectorman (1996)