Rare "100 Bullets" Video Game Footage Surfaces Online

Though highly anticipated, the video game based on Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's "100 Bullets" never made it out of development and on to consoles. The Vertigo series was licensed by Acclaim with a planned release date of late-2004, but when the company experienced financial difficulties, the game was shelved.

Now, rare footage of the game has surfaced on YouTube via PtoPOnline, a group dedicated to "Preserving Gaming History." Interspersed with game footage, PtoPOnline runs down the game's troubled history along with development notes and breakdowns of the game's playable characters.

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