In 1998, a game called Glover was released to the world for the Nintendo 64, and then a year later on the Playstation. While it received fairly decent critical reception, it sold well enough for its developer at the time, Hasbro Interactive, to announce and begin development on a sequel. Unfortunately, financial issues would cause them to cancel the game in 1999, and Hasbro was forced to sell many of its subsidiaries in the following few years.
Nearly twenty years after cancelling Glover 2, Piko Interactive, the current holder of the rights to Glover, have made it known that they plan to finish the once-cancelled sequel in a response to a Twitter user's question in the following tweet:
While no official announcement has been made by the development studio, this tweet should spark enough hope for fans of the original title for new content from the IP in the coming future. In an age where reviving once-dead franchises has become a not-too-uncommon practice within the video game industry, Glover may have the chance to find a new audience in a generation where video games are far more saturated in the lifestyles of humanity.