Having played the game back in 2008, I could have probably told you what a waste of money it was $30 million ago. It was a confused mess of a title, not sure what it was trying to be, with a number of blatant technical and design issues. On the plus side, the game did feature a mini-game in which you sprayed water on girls in a wet t-shirt contest. That had promise.
Warner Bros. has yet to officially comment on the cancellation, but one has to wonder if gamers really care at this point.
Is this gaming's biggest ever waste of money? [CVG]
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