Scarface: The World is Yours was a GTA clone created by Radical Entertainment in 2006, which included buying stereotypical drug lord items, including pet tigers and a swimming pool filled with sharks. It certainly merited a sequel for its clever ideas and ability to play as Al Pachino, but we never got it.
Radical appears to be in the process of creating a sequel, but it was dismissed before it saw the light of the day. A Twitter handle called Mafia Game Videos has shared conceptual art and capabilities of which would have been in Scarface 2, which looks like it would have been set in Las Vegas.
The colorful lights of The Strip are seen in the large emptiness of the surrounding Nevada desert area. A separate YouTube video by the same account reveals the names of the developers and artists who worked on these assets for years now.
If Radical could have further built on its exceptional features, Tony would develop his way up the ladder and gradually develop the best casino in the city. There are many upgrades, from regular slot machines and blackjack tables, to infinity pools, and concierge services.
Given the reception received by The World is Yours, the Scarface sequel was cancelled. Despite the fact that the game did a bit better than most GTA clones have ever performed. In some aspects, it had features that even surpassed those of San Andreas: If we had to guess, the game was likely dismissed due to a problem with the rights.