Activision greenlit a sequel to Neversoft's open world Wild West shooter Gun, but it was canned by the studio due to a lack of staff, former president Joel Jewitt has revealed.
Wow, Gun was amazing, I do enjoy the TH series but the series did go 'Downhill' after American Wasteland, this was a bad move :(
Gun and Red Dead Revolver are the best Old Western games out there. I personally like their styles much more than Red Dead Redemption and was a little disappointed it took a more serious turn like GTA 4 did. Maybe one day we'll see this game again.
I felt TH went downhill after THPS4 when they started adding stories to the games = / But yeah that's a shame that we never got a GUN sequel. = (
Wtf?? Now neversoft is stuck doing cod getting that cash for a trash game.
Gun was a great game for its time. I mean you could scalp somebody!
What? GUN is better than TH in every way, shape and form! Bad bad move there.
How can you compare GUN with Tony Hawk? They're 2 completely different games.
Football is better than broccoli. Boom
Now my day's ruined , with this news!! I always wanted another gun it was great!!the first true open world Wild West game was this one!! Wish treyarc took this!!
That sucks, Gun was epic.
Never soft filing for bankruptcy in near future. Tony Hawk is dead.
Neversoft is part of infinity ward now. I doubt they'll be filing for bankruptcy anytime soon
I replay it every few years, its just so enjoyable to me. Even picked it up on pc to play in 4k.
Typical, so all the plebs could play the same shitty skating game over and over again
Gun was a beast of a game. Gun 2 on PS4 would be great but I see it will never happen
i think the publisher is lying and blaming it on a studio that is not existing anymore. they milked the franchise so hart that it completely lost its identity in the past generation.
Ugh I loved Gun and would love to see a sequel. TH series has been horrible since 3 in my opinion. This news saddens me :(
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