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[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin If you didn't already judge by the title]], it's about a SamuraiCowboy who tames the WildWest with both {{samurai}} and [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] skills. The game tells the story of a young man named Johnny who dreams of becoming the greatest hero who ever lived, but after an accident while exploring a gorge, he finds himself in the presents of a Japanese martial arts master (and old friend of Johnny's late father) named Suzuki, who teaches Johnny the ways of the samurai. After years of training in Japan, and mastering both the skills of a samurai and a gunman, Johnny returns home under his new name Zan and must confront a new set of enemies that threaten his hometown.

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[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin If you didn't already judge by the title]], it's about a SamuraiCowboy who tames the WildWest with both {{samurai}} and [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] skills. The game tells the story of a young man named Johnny who dreams of becoming the greatest hero who ever lived, but after an accident while exploring a gorge, he finds himself in the presents presence of a Japanese martial arts master (and old friend of Johnny's late father) named Suzuki, who teaches Johnny the ways of the samurai. After years of training in Japan, and mastering both the skills of a samurai and a gunman, Johnny returns home under his new name Zan and must confront a new set of enemies that threaten his hometown.


* FinishingMove: Each time you defeat a boss, you mash buttons to gain time to beat up the boss with. The more points through special moves and combos you gain, the better Zan's final attack will be.

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* FinishingMove: Each time you defeat a boss, you mash buttons to gain time to beat up the boss with. The more points through special moves and combos you gain, gain while beating up the boss, the better Zan's final attack will be.



* GoryDiscretionShot: When finishing off bosses, thanks to a convenient tatami door showing up right after you finish the boss off.



* StylishAction: Possible UrExample.

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* StylishAction: Possible A possible UrExample.

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* GratuitousEnglish: '''ORE WA SUPER ULTRA SEXY HERO!!!''' (by Hironobu Kageyama no less)


* BottomlessMagazines: Zan does not need to reload his revolver, and you can spam the revolver special move as much as your spirit gauge allows you to.



* [[{{Combos}} (Super Ultra Sexy) Combos]]

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* [[{{Combos}} (Super {{Combos}}: Of the Super Ultra Sexy) Combos]]Sexy kind.



* RevolversAreJustBetter

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* RevolversAreJustBetterRevolversAreJustBetter: It's a Western, so this goes without saying.


* ShoutOut: After dealing with Push-man in the dojo, Queen Servant exclaims [[SouthPark "Oh my god! He killed Push-man! You bastard!"]] before attacking you.

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* ShoutOut: After dealing with Push-man in the dojo, Queen Servant exclaims [[SouthPark [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark "Oh my god! He killed Push-man! You bastard!"]] before attacking you.


[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin If you didn't already judge by the title]], it's about a SamuraiCowboy who tames the WildWest with both {{samurai}} and [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] skills. The game tells the story of young man named Johnny who dreams of becoming the greatest hero who ever lived, but after an accident while exploring a gorge, he finds himself in the presents of a Japanese martial arts master (and old friend of Johnny's late father) named Suzuki, who teaches Johnny the ways of the samurai. After years of training in Japan, and mastering both the skills of a samurai and a gunman, Johnny returns home under his new name Zan and must confront a new set of enemies that threaten his hometown.

An interesting addition to the original [=PlayStation's=] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its undeniably catchy theme tune, though much criticism was given towards the game's lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]

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[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin If you didn't already judge by the title]], it's about a SamuraiCowboy who tames the WildWest with both {{samurai}} and [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] skills. The game tells the story of a young man named Johnny who dreams of becoming the greatest hero who ever lived, but after an accident while exploring a gorge, he finds himself in the presents of a Japanese martial arts master (and old friend of Johnny's late father) named Suzuki, who teaches Johnny the ways of the samurai. After years of training in Japan, and mastering both the skills of a samurai and a gunman, Johnny returns home under his new name Zan and must confront a new set of enemies that threaten his hometown.

An interesting addition to the original [=PlayStation's=] line up, ''Rising San'' Zan'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its undeniably catchy theme tune, though much criticism was given towards the game's lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]



* FinishingMove: Each time you defeat a boss. The more points through combos you gain, the better Zan's final attack will be.

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* FinishingMove: Each time you defeat a boss. boss, you mash buttons to gain time to beat up the boss with. The more points through special moves and combos you gain, the better Zan's final attack will be.

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* SwordAndGun: The "Samurai Gunman" in the title kind of gives it away.


* SpectacleFighter: Possible UrExample.

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* SpectacleFighter: StylishAction: Possible UrExample.

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* SpectacleFighter: Possible UrExample.


''Rising Zan: The Samurai Gunman'' is an action-adventure [[TheWestern Western]] game developed by UEP Systems and published by Agetec for the SonyPlaystation in 1999.

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''Rising Zan: The Samurai Gunman'' is an action-adventure [[TheWestern Western]] game developed by UEP Systems and published by Agetec for the SonyPlaystation UsefulNotes/PlayStation in 1999.



An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune,]] though much criticism was given towards the game's lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]

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An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] [=PlayStation's=] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune,]] tune, though much criticism was given towards the game's lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]

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** The FinishingMove also has this, from ''WEAK'' to ''BITCHIN'''.

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* ShoutOut: After dealing with Push-man in the dojo, Queen Servant exclaims [[SouthPark "Oh my god! He killed Push-man! You bastard!"]] before attacking you.


An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune,]] though much criticism was given towards the games lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]

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An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune,]] though much criticism was given towards the games game's lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]


An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune.]] Sadly, the game is relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]

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An interesting addition to the original [[PlayStation Playstation's]] line up, ''Rising San'' was fairly well received in its original release for is tongue-in-check premise, its many throw-backs to classic westerns and its [[AwesomeMusic undeniably catchy theme tune.]] Sadly, tune,]] though much criticism was given towards the games lackluster controls. The game is also relatively obscure, often to the surprise of many critics who felt the game would have made a very worthy franchise if it were to continue on. The game nonetheless has gained a pretty decent [[CultClassic cult following.]]


* AnachronismStew: Done so unapologetically that it is pointless to complain.



* AnachronismStew: Done so unapologetically that it is pointless to complain.

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