Gunvalkyrie definitely existed, as Smilebit released a trailer video of the Dreamcast version (which I seem to recall featured Azel's theme from Panzer Dragoon Saga as placeholder music) online back in the day. As for Worms Pinball, a friend whose brother worked at Team 17 offered me this years ago, but in my infinite wisdom - and a lack of interest* in this title - I turned it down for a late prototype of Worms Armageddon, which I've since sold on. I can only begin to imagine how many cancelled projects may still partly be on the hard drives of development kits, especially when you consider how easy PC ports supposedly were through use of Windows CE. Finally, my understanding is that the 3-in-1 compilation including Jambo! Safari, Brave Firefighters and Emergency Call Ambulance would have been called the Real Life Career Series, but never passed the conceptual stage, supposedly because initial technical research concluded the Hikaru board used for Brave Firefighters meant any conversion for the Dreamcast would require such downgrading that the fire or water aspects may not be possible to accurately reproduce on far weaker hardware. Didn't Sega only create this system in the first place because NAOMI wasn't able to handle the complex transparent effects needed for this particular game? *I should probably confess to not being the biggest fan of pinball games, and to prove this, I previously had the chance to own a Saturn prototype so outside my taste range that I can't even correctly remember its name... I know it was published by Empire because I still have the business card of my old contact there, so this may have been Pro Pinball: The Web, but don't quote me! P.S. Does anyone know more about the Japanese final disc of Metropolis Street Racer, and whether this would have included the replay function taken out of all other versions? I once read that Bizarre Creations were supposedly trying to still get this working until the very last minute, which is why it was seen in previews and even review copies given to journalists.