Developer Red Fly was working on a Star Wars game starring Darth Maul. The game would have been a stealth action game inspired by Batman: Arkham Asylum. Hit the jump to see a short footage from the game as well as a really cool concept art...
Maul was, as an anonymous developer described it, "insanely powerful and deadly, but one or two hits will take you out."
Although the developer aimed to create a Darth Maul origin story in 2010, LucasArts' goal was to link the game, codenamed Damage, to an upcoming season of The Clone Wars, in which reintroduced the supposedly dead Maul via his brother, Savage Opress.
George Lucas himself shifted the direction of Damage drastically, with the story involving Darth Krayt and Darth Talon, known within Star Wars' Dark Horse Comics canon.
LucasArts allegedly considered purchasing Red Fly. When the buyout didn't happen, LucasArts canceled Damage in 2011, forcing the studio to let go of 70 employees.
Here's a brief video with footage from the game (thanks to dandino):
Now Game Informer managed to get their hands on some really cool concept art from the game
"featuring artwork not seen before. These images give insight into the direction Red Fly's artists hoped the game would go in. Without a script, or even a writer to pen one, these proposed stages and characters may never have seen the light of day. Had they been woven into the plot, however, this Darth Maul game would have given fans a look at a much different side of the Star Wars universe than previously seen in games"
For the full gallery go to Game Informer. (via Jedi News)