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Overview

Players can choose Clint or Annie

Wild Guns was developed and published by Natsume. The game has a collaboration of settings with both Western and Science fiction themes. The protagonists are from the cowboy western era, and the enemies are various robots as well as other various sci fi themed enemies. The game was orignally released for the Super Nintendo in 1995, but was  released on the  Wii's Virtual Console on May 31, 2010.  

Plot

Annie's family has been murdered by a fierce gang, and she starts to seek revenge. She then finds a bounty hunter named Clint, and asks for his help in getting her revenge. Annie and Clint will fight along side each other in attempt to take down the human and robot gangs who murdered Annie's family. 

Gameplay

Many enemies don't seem common in a western

WIld Guns is primarily an on rails, arcade style shooter. The characters, Clint and Annie, are shown on screen, and the player can move the character and shooting cursor around for combat. The characters are able to use a jumping and dodging maneuver to avoid obstacles on the screen. You will pick up various weapons that usually have a western theme such as a shotgun or gatling gun.  
There are six levels in Wild Guns, and each has mulitple areas to shoot through. Progress through levels is interesting because you have a time limit and quota of enemies to shoot. If the player does not shoot enough of the enemies in time they will move to a new screen, but they will not be awarded with points. 

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