Unlike most other games in the genre, you aren't fighting an alien invasion or battling a supernatural force. You aren't defending a planet from a ghastly evil or trying to take down a biomechanical monster. You're...well...you're killing indians and bandits.
As the fastest gun in the West, youre held in high regard by the Dodge City Undertakers Union. But in Sunset Riders, your marksmanship is about to be put to the test by some of the most ruthless outlaws youve ever seen. Youll have to make your way through seven intense levels of shootouts, holdups, and showdowns as you seek to defend your title as the fastest draw in the land. Tracking down stagecoach bandits, catching up with train robbers, and hunting down the infamous Hank Hatfield are on the menu, and the lead will be flying non-stop. Along the way, look for power-ups and special weapons that will give you the advantage making your job easier. If you think youre quick on the draw, then you owe it to yourself to get Sunset Riders.
The levels in Sunset Riders are nicely varied. You start out in your typical gold mining town, then you get to blast it up on a train, next comes Indian territory, and last is a Spanish villa in the middle of a forest. Most of it is just plain blasting and destroying, but every once in a while you get something more interesting to do, like jump on the backs of cattle, hop around on rope lifts, and shoot down cement walls. The enemies you encounter come in three types: crazy mexicans, bandits, and indians. There are some deviations from that, but the majority of cannon fodder you'll come across fits into one of those categories.
2005-07-12 Steve, Bob, Billy, and Cormano are the Sunset Riders.