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Max Force: The Video Game is a cancelled video game project that was based on the Max Force series. The game was scheduled to be released Christmas of 1995 by Kenner Products, but failed to do so due to lack of budget.

Details

In the game, blasters from the Max Force series would have been featured as weapons. Other blasters not from the license would also have been featured, such as the Arrowstorm. Unlike other Nerf video games, there wouldn't be any fictional blasters.

The actual game would have had mechanical enemies, ranging from tanks to humanoid robots. It is unknown as to what the game's story would have been or even what video game platform the game would have been released on.

History

After failing to meet the Christmas deadline, the game was pushed back to a 1996 release.[1]

After several years of no new information, assembled footage of the game was used for the homebrew title "9 Lives", feature eight other canceled video games for the system.[2]

To-be-featured blasters

Max Force video game commercial01:25

Max Force video game commercial

The commercial released to advertise the game.

References

  1. Ted Hoff says 20 jag releases in 1996. Groups.Google.com
  2. Retro Video Gamer: 9 Lives: Lost Games Of The Big Cat - Atari Jaguar CD. RetroVideoGamer.co.uk
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