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The GBA's Unreleased 'Dune' Game Is Being Revived, Minus The IP Rights

The GBA's Unreleased 'Dune' Game Is Being Revived, Minus The IP Rights
 

A little less spice.

If you happen to have Nintendo’s retro handhelds in your collection, there are still multiple interesting releases and projects emerging. The latest to pop up is Elland: The Crystal Wars for Game Boy Advance, a game that publisher The Retro Room Games is reviving minus a famous IP.

Originally, way back in 2002, it was a GBA game that was pretty much finished but got cancelled due to the financial issues of its publisher Cryo Interactive, which was no doubt a source of huge disappointment for developer Soft Brigade (hat-tip to Unseen64). At that point it was called Frank Herbert’s Dune: Ornithopter Assault, licensed to use characters and settings from the iconic novel; no doubt you’ve seen a lot about the latest film version in the media, too. It was a flying / shooter with over 20 stages, and even had some multiplayer modes for use with the portable’s link cable.

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