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Prototype for unreleased SNES game 'Shadowhawk' releases online

Turns out a SNES adaptation of the comic book character Shadowhawk was once in the works. For whatever reason, the game never saw release. All these years later, a playable prototype has surfaced and the internet jumped on it to record footage of what the game could have been.
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