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'''''Trigun: The Planet Gunsmoke''''' was a video game based on the ''Trigun'' manga series that was in development for the PlayStation 2 by Red Entertainment and was to be published by Sega.<ref>[https://www.unseen64.net/2010/05/29/trigun-the-planet-gunsmoke-ps2-cancelled/ Unseen 64's article on the game.]</ref> A 20-second teaser trailer for the game was shown at Sega's GameJam event in March 2002. However, the game was cancelled afterward for unknown reasons, with Sega issuing a "no comment" when talking about it.
  
'''''Trigun: The Planet Gunsmoke''''' was a video game based on the ''Trigun'' manga series that was in development for the PlayStation 2 by Red Entertainment and was to be published by Sega. A 20-second teaser trailer for the game was shown at Sega's GameJam event on March 2002. However, the game was cancelled afterwards for unknown reasons, with Sega issuing a "no comment" when talking about it.
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It is widely speculated that Red Entertainment's PlayStation 2 game ''Gungrave'' (which was released in Japan four months after that year's GameJam event) is actually a modified version of their ''Trigun'' game following its apparent cancellation. Additionally, there are similarities between the ''Trigun'' universe and ''Gungrave'' that seemingly back the theory up, although it has never been confirmed nor denied by any of the game's developers.
  
It is widely spculated that Red Entertainment's PlayStation 2 game ''Gungrave'' (which was released in Japan four months after that year's GameJam event) is actually a modified version of their ''Trigun'' game following it's apparent cancellation. Additionally, there are similarities between the ''Trigun'' universe and ''Gungrave'' that seemingly back theory up, although it has never been confirmed nor denied by any of the game's developers.
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Whether this speculation is true or not, the original game or any prototypes have not surfaced anywhere, and it's unknown how much development was done in the game in the first place.
 
 
Whether this speculation is true or not, the original game or any prototypes have not surfaced anywhere, and it's unknown how much development was done on the game in the first place.
 
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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*[https://www.unseen64.net/2010/05/29/trigun-the-planet-gunsmoke-ps2-cancelled/ Unseen 64 article]
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Latest revision as of 13:58, 4 October 2018

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Status: Lost

Trigun: The Planet Gunsmoke was a video game based on the Trigun manga series that was in development for the PlayStation 2 by Red Entertainment and was to be published by Sega.[1] A 20-second teaser trailer for the game was shown at Sega's GameJam event in March 2002. However, the game was cancelled afterward for unknown reasons, with Sega issuing a "no comment" when talking about it.

It is widely speculated that Red Entertainment's PlayStation 2 game Gungrave (which was released in Japan four months after that year's GameJam event) is actually a modified version of their Trigun game following its apparent cancellation. Additionally, there are similarities between the Trigun universe and Gungrave that seemingly back the theory up, although it has never been confirmed nor denied by any of the game's developers.

Whether this speculation is true or not, the original game or any prototypes have not surfaced anywhere, and it's unknown how much development was done in the game in the first place.

Gallery

The 20-second teaser trailer.

Reference