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The cancelled Metallica game looked like Mad Max

In 2003 a Metallica video game was in the works - but it never saw the light of day. Damage Inc. : Metallica was the work of Black Rock (then called Climax Brighton), the studio that would go on to make racing games Pure and Split/Second. >Damage Inc. was set to come out for the PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox, but it was cancelled before it was even announced. In the video, below, PtoPOnline reveals gameplay from an early in-development version of the game.
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