Not to be confused with the Sega Saturn game, Sonic X-Treme.
The find of the prototype
This unreleased game was developed by Vision Scape Interactive.
There was officially a lost video game that was based off the Tech Deck Bare Knuckle Grind for the PC
and also there was a tech deck game that was unlicensed but the name was tech deck bare knuckle grind for xbox and pc the game looks different but similar same engine different assets
and also there was a rocket power game that was canned it is rocket power: zero gravity zone for xbox,ps2,gamecube but the engine was the same for circus rejects
There we're some Cancelled games developed by Vision Scape.
Tiltronica for Xbox
Rocket power zero gravity zone for xbox,ps2,gamecube, the ports of the game are cancelled, so it's only released on the Game Boy Advance.
tech deck bare knuckle grind xbox
samurai jack for xbox
Speedmetals for xbox
and other cancelled games by vision scape interactive
Many critics supported Sega's decision to cancel the game. Game Informer commented that it looked "terrible" and "predictably awful". Computer and Video Games described it as "basically another utterly rubbish skateboarding spin-off". Similarly, VG247 called it "compellingly awful". TeamXbox, while less negative, still noted that the gameplay and level design is still pretty basic. For unknown reasons the spin-off never appeared on the internet until May 1, 2011, footage of the game was uploaded up to YouTube, which was labeled by Game Informer as a "skateboarding spinoff' video game.
UPDATE: In 2016, the demo of the game has been leaked and it's playable here.
Some gameplay videos right here
The video showed footage of two characters, Sonic the Hedgehog and Shadow the Hedgehog. The player directed Sonic, on a board, around a skatepark, while performing tricks, with Shadow being controlled by a second player in split screen multiplayer. Three gameplay modes were present: "Mission," "Battle," and "Race". The "Mission" mode involved collecting keys in order to remove locks. The "Battle" mode involved picking up weapons, such as rocket launchers or mines, and attacking other characters. Last was a racing level, in the vein of the boarding segment in Sonic Adventure 2.
- ↑ E3 09: GamesRadar's E3 2009 awards. gamesradar. Retrieved 2016-03-26.
- ↑ Canceled Sonic Skateboarding Game Revealed, Looks Terrible. www.GameInformer.com. Retrieved 2016-03-26.
- ↑ Unannounced Sonic Game Found Alive And Well. Destructoid. Retrieved 2016-03-26.
- ↑ Rumour: Shelved Sonic game footage turns up. VG247.com. Retrieved 2016-03-26.
- ↑ Press The Buttons: Sonic The Hedgehog Skateboarding Title Discovered. www.pressthebuttons.com. Retrieved 2016-03-26.