Gunslinger [PS2 – Cancelled]

Gunslinger [PS2 – Cancelled]

Gunslinger is an unreleased action adventure set in the old west, that was in development by Surreal Software in 2001 / 2002 for the Playstation 2.  Initially the game was going to be published by Activision, but it was later purchased by Sony probably because they felt the potential of the project, but in the end it was cancelled, because of marketing reasons (as it was seen as not enough profitable to release). The gameplay would have been similar to Red Dead Revolver (by Rockstar Games) and Gun (by Neversoft), with an open ended world, lots of gun fights, horseback exploration and much more. With a “morality system”, similar to the one seen in Black & White or Fable, the player would have been able to earn a reputation based on his good or evil decisions through the game. A playable build of the game was shown at E3 2000, so maybe we’ll be able to play it sooner or later if someone could preserve the demo and share it with the community.

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4 thoughts on “Gunslinger [PS2 – Cancelled]

  1. Akhamesh

    Yeah. Looks like Surreal built The Suffering off of the ideas they had for this project, seeing as it was supposed to have a morality system.

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