Crusader- No Pity

CommentApril 22nd, 2010 16:53

Now for something completely different this week. Back when I did the huge Crusader: No Remorse interview musician Andrew Sega let me in on something that I found quite interesting. In 2006 a Slovakian company called Outsider Development with the aid of Andrew Sega tried to convince EA on porting Crusader: No Remorse to the PSP. Andrew tells me that  “they had a functional version which I found quite impressive, but they didn’t have any luck convincing EA to let them finish and release it.” So, sadly it was never to be but Andrew was nice enough to send me the mp3 of the re-done theme song to Crusader. This of course is an exclusive for TGL so a huge thanks goes go Andrew for letting us in on this. Check out the track below.

Download Crusader: No Remorse theme 2006

So there you have it. It’s a pity that it never got off the ground because the PSP controls would be perfect for it. At the very least we now have this track to give us a taste of what could have been. And who knows, maybe it will happen eventually. Maybe one day we’ll get the Crusader: No Remorse PSP that could have been back in 2006.

Again, a huge thanks goes to Andrew Sega who parted with this gaming gem back in February.

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  • Shane Willoughby
Comment on : April 22nd, 2010 18:38

Wow……no one has ever heard this before ever….brilliant

Comment on : April 22nd, 2010 20:19

I’ve never heard the remixed tune, but I have seen the game. I was in contact with Outsider Development during the game’s production, and was given a prototype video of the gameplay. It was called Crusader: No Pity. Here is that clip: (I hope they don’t sue me!)

  • ol

Ea is made of stupids, when they need to push on titles they made them famous they instead close project. They failed with moh since its a copy of bad company and they fail also in supporting games.

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