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7 Games That Weren’t at E3 2016 and May Have Died

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Deep Down (Capcom)

Deep Down, e3, missing

Deep Down was announced way back in February 2013, and looked like Capcom’s take on the Dark Souls formula. It was a dungeon crawling game with four player online co-op, set in New York in the year 2094. Players use magical artifacts to be transported to other worlds, and each artifact was going to correspond to a different emotion including envy, lust and wrath.


Since its reveal, all we’ve seen of Deep Down has been the reveal trailer and a small bit of gameplay. At the Tokyo Game Show in 2013, Producer Yoshinori Ono announced that the game would be switching to a free-to-play title and a public beta would coincide with the Japanese release of the PS4. The beta has been delayed multiple times and never actually released, and we haven’t seen the game at E3 or any other show since. Deep Down hasn’t been officially cancelled, but after going another E3 without seeing or hearing anything about it, doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence. Hopefully we’ll see the game reemerge at some point, with a new vision.

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