© 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. A Character in Sunset Riders Bob. Sunset Riders plays very similarly to the Contra games, with players being able to shoot in eight directions. 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. by guip1408. Game » The obligatory Mexican stereotype in Sunset Riders, Cormano carries a shotgun and makes the questionable fashion decision to wear a hot pink sombrero and poncho. It later received home ports to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in 1992 and for the Super Nintendo in 1993. Arcade. The stages often have two tiers of platforms, with players being able to jump between them by holding up or down while pressing the jump button. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll This edit will also create new pages on Giant Bomb for: Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other At the beginning of each stage, the players are shown a wanted poster for the outlaw they will face at its end. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll Leaderboard Guides Resources Streams Forum Statistics Sub-games. is a Wild West-themed side-scrolling run and gun game released by Konami in 1991 for arcades. https://konami.fandom.com/wiki/Sunset_Riders?oldid=10530, Steve makes a brief cameo in the first stage of, Simon Greedwell's famous defeat line is referenced in the game, Both Cormano and Simon Greedwell appear as nonogram puzzles in. arcade game, only Billy and Cormano are featured. Advertisement Character selection. is a Wild West-themed side-scrolling run and gun game released by Konami in 1991 for arcades. consists of 7 releases. The Super Nintendo port released in 1993 is more faithful to the Arcade original, with all characters and stages present, though some of it's content was cut due to censorship, such as removing the dynamite-tossing cowgirl enemies and the courtesans who gave the player power-ups, as well as changing the sprites for the cancan dancers in the third and fourth stages and removing all indian enemies from the 6th stage. The two characters in the Genesis version were given surnames that they originally … send you an email once approved. Two-Gun Kid: The Sunset Riders #1 - Biting The Bullet. Sunset Riders was originally ported to the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. A Character in Sunset Rider Chief Scalpem. By kobepilgrim kobepilgrim. It later received home ports to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in 1992 and for the Super Nintendo in 1993. Sunset Riders series. Comic Vine users. * Read the most helpful review Sunset Riders (サンセットライダーズ, Sansetto Raidāzu?) Sunset Riders (サンセットライダーズ, Sansetto Raidāzu?) Moderated by: kobepilgrim kobepilgrim, Mickely Mickely. Set on the Old West, Sunset Riders focus on a group of four bounty hunters, who seek to obtain the rewards for capturing various outlaws. send you an email once approved. The original Arcade machine allowed for simultaneous four-player action, with each character being locked to a player, while a later two-player revision allowed players to choose their character. Team » Out of the four main characters from the. The arcade version was also made available as part of the Arcade Archives. SNES - Sunset Riders - The #1 source for video game sprites on the internet! Chief Scalpem is a boss in Sunset Riders Cormano. Two-Gun Kid. Each stage is introduced with a Wanted poster, depicting the owtlaw who serves as the stage's boss. Giant Bomb users. Sunset Riders Sega Genesis/Mega-Drive Box Cover. Sunset Riders appears in 2 issues. © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. Along the stages players can find power-ups which increase their gun's firepower and autofire, as well as various hazards which serve as obstacles but can also be used to the player's advantage. Released Sep 04, 1991. versions of the game. One of the Wild West's most famous gun-fighters, Two-Gun Kid journeyed forward to modern times alongside the Avengers to face new challenges as a man out of time. 1991. The obligatory Mexican stereotype in Sunset Riders, Cormano carries a shotgun and makes the questionable fashion decision to wear a hot pink sombrero and poncho. One of the Wild West's most famous gun-fighters, Two-Gun Kid journeyed forward to modern times alongside the Avengers to face new challenges as a man out of time. This port cuts on a lot of the Arcade's content, featuring only two playable characters and four stages, which were made longer to compensate. Last updated 16 Nov 2016. This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The arcade version was also made available as part of the Arcade Archives.