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** Simon Greedwell: "It's time to pay!" [=/=] "Bury me with my... money."
** Hawkeye "Hank" Hatfield: "Draw, pilgrim!" [=/=] "Ya got me..."
** Dark Horse: "You in heap big trouble!" [=/=] "Me in heap big trouble!"
** Smith Brothers: "We're gonna blow you away!" [=/=] "That was a bang!"
** El Greco: "Die, gringo!"[[note]]Except in the ports[[/note]] [=/=] "Adios, amigo."
** Chief Scalpem: "Me ready for pow-wow!" [=/=] "Me pow-wowed out." [[note]]Famous Last Words [[AvertedTrope averted]] as he's saved at the last minute by his sister.[[/note]]
** Paco Loco: "Aye Chihauhua!" [=/=] "Hasta la bye-bye!"
** Sir Richard Rose: "Cheerio, old chap." [=/=] "I say, bit of bad luck!"


* WarmUpBoss: Simon Greedwell doesn't nothing but fire at you from the balcony with his rifle, even after you've removed his improvised barrier. He's more like a regular Mook with a massive HP boost.

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* WarmUpBoss: Simon Greedwell doesn't does nothing but fire at you from the balcony with his rifle, even after you've removed his improvised barrier. He's more like a regular Mook with a massive HP boost.


''Sunset Riders'' was ported to both the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, in 1993. A port of the arcade version for the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, via Hamster's Arcade Archives series, is slated for 2020.

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''Sunset Riders'' was ported to both the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, in 1993. A port of the arcade version for the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, via Hamster's Arcade Archives series, is slated for was released June 11th, 2020.


* EasterEgg: When fighting Hawkeye Hank Hatfield in the arcade version, there's a wanted poster on the the wall with one of the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles on it.

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* EasterEgg: When fighting Hawkeye Hank Hatfield in the original arcade version, there's a wanted poster on the the wall with one of the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles on it.



* IronicEcho: El Greco has "Adios, amigo!" as both his entry and death phrases in the SNES version.

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* IronicEcho: El Greco has "Adios, amigo!" as both his entry and death phrases in the SNES version and the Arcade Archives version.


* {{Bowdlerise}}: The SNES version faced some censorship, including removing all references to alcohol, adding some modesty to the female [=NPCs=], changing a boss' name from Chief Scalpem to Chief Wigwam, cutting his lines from [[YouNoTakeCandle "Me ready for pow wow!" and "Me pow-wowed out!"]] to "Ready for pow wow!" and "Pow-wowed out!" (though the subtitles say "Get ready for a pow-wow!" and "I'm pow-wowed out!") and replacing all the Native American enemies in one stage with white outlaws. Additionally, El Greco no longer says "Die, gringo!" before battle; he says "adios, amigo!" at both the beginning and end of his battle.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: {{Bowdlerise}}:
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The SNES version faced some censorship, including removing all references to alcohol, adding some modesty to the female [=NPCs=], changing a boss' name from Chief Scalpem to Chief Wigwam, cutting his lines from [[YouNoTakeCandle "Me ready for pow wow!" and "Me pow-wowed out!"]] to "Ready for pow wow!" and "Pow-wowed out!" (though the subtitles say "Get ready for a pow-wow!" and "I'm pow-wowed out!") and replacing all the Native American enemies in one stage with white outlaws. Additionally, El Greco no longer says "Die, gringo!" before battle; he says "adios, amigo!" at both the beginning and end of his battle.



** The Arcade Archives version also changes Chief Scalpem's name to Chief Wigwam and makes El Greco say "adios, amigo" twice, but keeps everything else from the original arcade version.



* CleanDubName: Chief Scalpem to Chief Wigwam in the SNES port.

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* CleanDubName: Chief Scalpem to Chief Wigwam in the SNES port.port and the Arcade Archives version.


''Sunset Riders'' was ported to both the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, in 1993.

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''Sunset Riders'' was ported to both the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, in 1993. A port of the arcade version for the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 and UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, via Hamster's Arcade Archives series, is slated for 2020.


** Of course, let's not forget that the {{Wanted Poster}}s that open each stage have the words "Dead or ''Alive'' on them.

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** Of course, let's not forget that the {{Wanted Poster}}s that open each stage have the words "Dead or ''Alive'' ''Alive''" on them.them, and that your player characters are bounty hunters first and foremost.

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**Of course, let's not forget that the {{Wanted Poster}}s that open each stage have the words "Dead or ''Alive'' on them.

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*EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Once you defeat Chief Scalpem and have him dead to rights, his sister runs in to [[JustFollowingOrders beg you to spare his life.]] The player characters comply.

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* EasyModeMockery: If you beat the game on Easy difficulty in the SNES port, you're treated to [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/snes/a/sun-4.png this message]] saying "Are You yella?! Now try the Normal mode!"


* AerithAndBob: Steve, Bob, Billy and... Cormano.

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* AerithAndBob: Steve, Bob, Billy and... Cormano. Justified since he seems to be Mexican rather than American like the others.


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* BadassNative: Chief Scalpem can deflect waves of bullets with just his two knives and is easily ThatOneBoss of the game. Expect to lose lots of lives and credits fighting him.


* NiceHat: El Greco has a really, REALLY nice charro-style ''sombrero''. [[spoiler:Which he tosses away before he dies. If Cormano's there, he will catch the ''sombrero'' mid-air, take his own 'charro'' hat off and and promptly put Greco's on, claiming it as its own from then on.]]

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* NiceHat: El Greco has a really, REALLY nice charro-style ''sombrero''. [[spoiler:Which he tosses away before he dies. If Cormano's there, he will catch the ''sombrero'' mid-air, take his own 'charro'' hat off and and promptly put Greco's on, claiming it as its his own from then on.]]

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* CollisionDamage: Averted. The game takes care to give an actual explanation for why you got hurt, most notably enemies taking a moment to stop and try to stab you up close.


* EasterEgg: In Stage 2, when you're fighting the boss, there's a wanted poster in one of the walls with Raphael from ''Franchise/''.TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles

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* EasterEgg: In Stage 2, when you're When fighting Hawkeye Hank Hatfield in the boss, arcade version, there's a wanted poster in on the the wall with one of the walls with Raphael from ''Franchise/''.TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles on it.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Chief Scalpem, Paco Loco

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Chief Scalpem, Paco LocoLoco.

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