During the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox first generation in 2002, Blizzard was working on a third-person shooter known as Star: Star. The game heard a strong development cycle and the GameCube version was canceled in 2004. This was followed by the project being completely written in 2014, after this particular generation.
Now, for nearly two decades, a marked increase in the original Xbox layout is ripe online. While this may not be the case for Starsters: Ghost running on GameCube, we did think it would look a lot like Nintendo and Sony's platform if it had seen the light of day. While a large portion of mature photos have already been taken down, there are still a few clips online (watch this while you can):
As you can see, it's a good thing that looks like normal people. Still, it would have been a nice change of pace from Blizzard's best offerings at the time. Below are additional screens for the Xbox version, provided by a Twitter user who has been contacted Kotaku
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