Yesterday's bombshell news that Scribblenauts Unlimited has been delayed in Europe didn't exactly go down well with fans. The game has been available in North America since late last year, and with both the Wii U and 3DS in dire need of fresh titles, it's a real shame that we've got to wait a little longer for 5th Cell's popular sequel.
According to GoNintendo, the release of the game in Europe very nearly went ahead. Apparently copies of the game were actually shipped to retailers, but Nintendo issued a recall when it became apparent that additional bug fixes and changes were needed.
If this is true, then those copies could potentially be worth a lot of money in the future - it makes you wonder if anybody at the stores actually got their hands on one?