This game was always a bit of a head-scratcher, with its weirdo style and art, but when you add in the fact that it was in development at a house known for creating RPGs instead of shooters, it's even stranger that it ever existed at all. Of course, many, many great games have come out of inexplicable ideas, and I'd much rather game companies cancel more mundane games than something like this, which would have at least been amusing.
So, I'm a little sad. No Gun Loco. But, hey, check out the video below for a glimpse at what could have been:
Pretty crazy, right?