Shaq Fu 2 (cancelled fighting game sequel to "Shaq Fu"; mid-late 1990s)


Shaq Fu 2
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Status Lost

Shaq Fu 2 was a 2D fighting game that was being developed by the now-defunct Delphine Software International for Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.[1] It was planned to be a sequel to the infamous 1994 game Shaq Fu.

Existence

Besides a few drawings and some game design elements, no other details are really known.

Its existence is only evidenced from a concept artist's portfolio, in which he states that it was cancelled before being put into production.

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References

  1. Shaq Fu 2 (original version) on BozoCircus.com. Retrieved February 6, 2016.

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Anonymous user #1

15 months ago
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It sucks that no other details are known.

Shaq Fu is a little known guilty pleasure of mine.
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Nscott144

11 months ago
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Am I the only one who noticed that everyone in the concept art looked like ninjas and shaq was just the only one that stuck out in the crowd
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LoserAtFinding

11 months ago
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Cause Shaq fit in with the roster perfectly in the previous one.
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Nscott144

22 days ago
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Ok I get it, that was a stupid question
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Anonymous user #2

5 months ago
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Isn't an actual shaq full 2 in development?
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Anonymous user #2

5 months ago
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I mean shaq fu 2
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Nscott144

4 months ago
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yep
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Anonymous user #3

4 months ago
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Also, if it was cancelled before production had begun or any playable build was made, shouldn't it be under non-existence confirmed?
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Nscott144

22 days ago
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Okay let me see if I get this right: Pre-production is when they start drafting up concept art and start working on base game, like backgrounds and sprites.

So you could be right. But there maybe something on the game even if it was cancelled.
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