Video of BottleRocket’s The Flash hits the net

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 8 October 2009 22:01 GMT

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After the break is a video for the canceled superhero game, The Flash game.

It’s the one BottleRocket was making before its publisher, Brash, hit the skids.

The footage you will see is just six months worth of work, and there was still at the least a year to go on it.

Too bad, really, it looked rather appealing for a superhero title.

Via Superannuation.

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