Green lantern You may not remember much other than the failed movie starring Ryan Reynolds in the last decade, but long before this in the early 90’s, British developer Ocean Software was licensed for DC Comics heroes. I was working on a video game for Super Nintendo.
This unpublished project has been a mystery, but thanks to video game historians. Liam Robertson And the creator of the game, Frank Gasking, saw a moving game for the first time after all these years.
Ocean began developing Green Lanterns for multiple platforms in 1991, but was shelved within a few months. By 1993, work had begun again In the project, this time it’s SNES. It was a mixture of genres such as platformers, shooters, and even taking advantage of the Mode 7 features of the Nintendo system. It was repeated a third time in 1995 and was eventually canceled.
This third take is from the company Jurassic Park 2 We aimed to be more faithful to the engine and source materials. He also exchanged Hal Jordan for the new Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, but was eventually frustrated when DC Comics announced the “World Change” event in the series. This also affected the wider DC Universe.
To get an overview of this unreleased game, be sure to watch the “Did you know the game” video above.