The oft-delayed Frame City Killer, which was originally supposed to be an Xbox 360 launch title, has officially been cancelled. The confirmation came from Namco Japan today, when asked why the game was absent from the E3 floor. An exact reason for the sudden termination was not given, but Namco wanted to express its continued support for the platform and said it is currently working on a new RPG. Frame City Killer was to be the first Unreal Engine 3 title handled by a Japanese developer.
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'Frame City Killer' (X360) Gets Cancelled
by Rainier on May 12, 2006 @ 8:51 a.m. PDT
Set in a futuristic metropolis in East Asia, "Frame City Killer" casts players as Crow, an assassin sent to Frame City to identify and eliminate Khan - a mysterious terrorist and head of a deadly new-age drug cartel. As a hit man, players track and profile targets, while utilizing numerous methods to execute the perfect hit. "Frame City Killer" offers players a dark and gritty storyline, thrilling car chases and a variety of ways for players to achieve their goals.