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Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:03

Stranglehold sequel was planned

Written by David Stellmack

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Tequila would return alongside Vin Diesel

Midway was apparently planning a sequel to Chow Yun Fat’s Stranglehold, according to a former Midway developer. The game was to be rebranded as Gun Runner.

The rebranded Gun Runner would have starred Chow Yun Fat’s Tequila character; but this time around he would have been standing alongside none other than Vin Diesel, who made his only real video game appearance in the Midway-developed Wheelman that was released by Ubisoft when Midway fell into serious money trouble.

The rebranded title was to be targeted to appeal to a much wider audience; unfortunately, the game never made it past pre-production, so there is little we actually know about it. Sean Lantis was the VFX lead on the project and talks about it on his Vimeo page.

See more about Gun Runner here.

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