Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


The Game That Never Was: OutSider

This latest entry in our The Game That Never Was series is something that was just recently discovered that was previously known by a select few of even existing. Back in the 1990s Japanese studio Climax Entertainment and rumored Hudson Soft were developing an “open city” motorbike racing game for the Nintendo 64 titled OutSider. This game would have seen the player be able to free ride around a city, escaping from chases by unknown people, and several missions.

The game was planned for release in 1996, but never got to that point. While it’s currently unknown the reason why, some believe it was due to the game not being fun. Others believe that it was due to another game that the company developed called Runabout (Felony 11-79 outside of Japan).

So how was this game discovered? It was due to a former developer who worked on the game published some photos on their Twitter account.

You May Also Like


Sega have announced a new arcade remake called Virtua Fighter 3tb Online. This is an improved version of the classic 1997 version Virtua Fighter...


Japanese studio sprite have announced that their upcoming visual novel Everlasting Flowers has received an official release date. The game will launch on June...


crim have announced they are developing a new roguelike action game titled STARNAUT. STARNAUT is in development for PC via Steam and launch in...


Japanese game studio PlatinumGames announced that company co-founder and game designer Hideki Kamiya will be leaving the company effective October 12. Kamiya later added...