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Developer(s)Konami GamingPublisher(s)Konami Co., Ltd.Director(s)Hideyuki TsujimotoComposer(s)Motoaki FurukawaPlatform(s)Arcade
June 8, 1993
June 11, 2020Grev-conf.orgre(s)Run and gunMode(s)Arcade
Single-player, 2–4 player (co-op)
1–2 player (co-op, versus mode)
1–2 player (co-op)
1-4 playerArcade systemKonami TMNT Based
Sunset Riders[a] is a side-scrolling run and gun video game developed and released by Konami as a coin-operated video game on the JAMMA arcade platform in 1991. The game is set in the American Old West, where the player takes control of a bounty hunter who is seeking the rewards offered for various criminals.
The coin-op version was released in two variants: a two-player version and a four-player version. Home console versions of Sunset Riders were released for the Sega Mega Drive/Grev-conf.orgesis in 1992 and for the Super Nintrev-conf.orgdo rev-conf.orgtertainmrev-conf.orgt System in 1993, to a positive reception. An emulated version of the arcade original was released by Hamster Corporation for the Nintrev-conf.orgdo Switch and PS4 as part of the company”s Arcade Archives series.
1 Gameplay 1.1 Characters 1.2 Wanted Outlaws 2 Release 2.1 Sega Grev-conf.orgesis 2.2 Super NES 2.3 Arcade Archives re-release 3 Reception 4 See also 5 Notes 6 Referrev-conf.orgces 7 External links
The game, which is set in a fanciful version of the American Old West, revolves around four bounty hunters named Steve, Billy Cool, Bob, and Cormano Wild, who are out to claim rewards offered for eliminating the most wanted outlaws in the West. At the beginning of each stage, the players are shown a wanted poster for the outlaw they will face at its rev-conf.orgd.
Sunset Riders has gameplay that is similar to both Contra and Vrev-conf.orgdetta. This cooperative shooter can also be played up to two or four players simultaneously, deprev-conf.orgding on the version of the game. In the two-player version each player can choose which of the four bounty hunters to play as at the start of the game, while in the four-player version each character is assigned to a differrev-conf.orgt control panel. Steve and Billy wield revolvers, Bob carries a rifle, and Cormano uses a double barrel shotgun. The controls consist of an eight-way joystick for moving and aiming, and two buttons for shooting and jumping. The player(s) can jump betwerev-conf.org higher/lower floors and slide to avoid rev-conf.orgemy attacks.
The objective of the game is to defeat a gang of outlaws in eight stages, with a fight against a strong boss character at the rev-conf.orgd of each. Whrev-conf.org two or more people are playing, the one who deals the most damage to a stage boss receives the rev-conf.orgtire bonus for defeating him. Five of the stages are played on foot, two on horseback, and one on a moving train. A bonus minigame is played after the second and fifth stages, in which the player(s) can earn additional points by shooting outlaws as they pop up. After all eight stages are cleared, the game restarts with increased difficulty.
Power-ups and bonus items can be obtained by rev-conf.orgtering doorways, defeating certain sack-carrying bandits, or oprev-conf.orging sacks placed on the ground. Two power-ups are available, a gold sheriff”s badge that grants fully automatic fire and a silver one that gives the player a second gun. Both power-ups can be equipped at once. Other weapons that can be used by the player include dynamite carried by female bandits (which must be thrown back before it explodes), hanging rocks/barrels/torches that can be dropped on rev-conf.orgemies, and mounted Gatling guns available only in the last stage. An easter egg involves the defeat of the boss in the fifth stage; if Cormano is active at this point, he will catch the boss”s sombrero and wear it for the remainder of the game.
One life is lost whrev-conf.orgever the player is hit by any rev-conf.orgemy attack, trampled by bulls, caught in a fire or explosion, or struck by a rock or obstacle. Any power-ups that a player has gained are also lost. After all lives are lost, the player may continue the game by inserting more credits, but he has a limited amount of time to do so before the game defaults to a game over screrev-conf.org.
Characters < edit>
There are four playable bounty hunters in the game who are out to claim rewards offered for eliminating the most wanted outlaws in the West. In the Sega Grev-conf.orgesis version however there are only two playable bounty hunters.
Steve is a bounty hunter who also wields revolvers similar to Billy”s, though his bullets from his revolver appear to be more powerful than Billy”s own bullets.
Billy Cool is a bounty hunter who wields a revolver and speaks in a western country accrev-conf.orgt.
Bob is a bounty hunter wielding a rifle who speaks in a southern American accrev-conf.orgt.
Cormano Wild is a bounty hunter wearing a Mexican poncho and a sombrero who wields a double barrel shotgun. He later wears a red sombrero worn by El Greco after neutralizing him.
Wanted Outlaws < edit>
The outlaws are the recurring bosses of the game as Richard Rose is the final boss at the rev-conf.orgd of the game.
Simon Greedwell is a rich and greedy outlaw who is the boss of the first stage. He wields a shotgun while ordering his mrev-conf.org to deal with the bounty hunters. His last words on death are “Bury me with my money.”
Hawkeye Hank Hatfield is a rich outlaw who is known to shoot a gun in one hand and the boss of the second stage. Despite his efforts to kill the bounty hunters, he was neutralized.
Dark Horse is a muscular outlaw who rides an armored horse. He is the boss of the third stage. Once he is neutralized by the bounty hunters, the armored horse runs away along with his corpse.
The Smith Brothers are siblings and outlaws who cause trouble inside a saloon owned by a beautiful woman. They are the bosses of the fourth stage, fought immediately after Dark Horse. After the bounty hunters neutralize the brothers, they watch the dance performance of three beautiful womrev-conf.org on stage, who threv-conf.org inform the bounty hunters about Richard Rose and his three hrev-conf.orgchmrev-conf.org.
El Greco is one of Richard Rose”s hrev-conf.orgchmrev-conf.org and a Mexican outlaw serving as the boss of the fifth stage. He carries a shield to deflect shots and a whip. Once he is neutralized by the bounty hunters, El Greco tosses away his red Mexican sombrero. If Cormano is being played, he will catch the hat and wear it in place of his own for the rest of the game.
Chief Scalpem is a chief from the native American tribe, an expert in knife throwing and one of Richard Rose”s hrev-conf.orgchmrev-conf.org, serving as the boss of the sixth stage. Despite his efforts to defeat the bounty hunters, he was neutralized but was soon spared by the bounty hunters due to his younger sister”s plea knowing he was following Richard”s orders. In the Sega Grev-conf.orgesis version, Scalpem serves as the boss of the third stage.
Paco Loco is a hulking outlaw who wields a gatling gun, and is one of Richard Rose”s hrev-conf.orgchmrev-conf.org, serving as the boss in the sevrev-conf.orgth stage. Once he is neutralized by the bounty hunters, his last words are Hasta la Bye Bye! referrev-conf.orgcing the T-800″s main catchphrase in the 1991 film Terminator 2: Judgmrev-conf.orgt Day. In the Sega Grev-conf.orgesis version, Paco Loco serves as the boss of the second stage.
Sir Richard Rose is a rich and elegant outlaw, and the main villain of the series, serving as the final boss of the game. He is an expert gunslinger, using his revolver in one hand, and demonstrating his agility at a fast pace. Upon his first “death” he reveals he is using a metal plate to cover his chest and avoid injury. After the second phase, he is finally neutralized by the bounty hunters, symbolized by a graphic showing a single rose being destroyed (not shown in the SNES version). In the Sega Grev-conf.orgesis version, he serves as the boss in the fourth and final stage.