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Wild Guns: Reloaded

Wild Guns: Reloaded

Compatible with PlayStation 4™ (PS4™)
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  • Two new characters, each with their own weapons and tactics!
  • 1-4 player mode, where each player can take on one of the four characters!
  • Classic and NEW Stages!
  • NEW Boss Enemies and Special Weapons!
  • Online Rankings!


An exclusive release for the Super Nintendo, Wild Guns was one of those titles that took an existing formula and polished it to brilliant levels. Inspired from arcade side scrolling arena shooters like Cabal, Natusme's console release had it all; Wild Guns was a Co-op Western Steampunk gallery shooter with slick controls, amazing aesthetic, and a rewarding challenge.

Players control their character through arena style stages where movement is only limited to left and right; vertical movement comes from agile jumps - absolutely essential when dodging an onslaught of enemy fire. There's a cursor onscreen which acts as a targeting reticle, and this can be controlled to shoot down foes or even lasso them for a moment's breather. It's interesting to point out that Wild Guns probably had the most destructible environment in any SNES game, and behind the bottles and neon signs, there are a wealth of secrets to find. At the end of each stage, players will encounter massive bosses for a great twitch based finale of frantic shooting, rolling, and leaping.

As a re-release, changes include new stages with their own bosses, a wider variety of weapons, online rankings, and the addition of 4 player single-screen gameplay. And just to be thorough, Natsume has thrown in 2 new characters, a daschund who controls an attack drone, and a really buff baby faced woman who could actually just be a really buff baby ;)

To see that after 22 years, and completely out of the blue, having this cult title recieve a revival in Wild Guns: Reloaded is a wonderful thing for gamers. In the landscape of overly cinematic unfulfilling handholding quasi-narrative driven fetch quests that seem to be the popular at the moment, it's games like this that remind us of what games use to be: pure fun!

further info

Official Release Date Dec 20, 2016
Genre Action
Version  US
  ESRB Everyone 10
Titles rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and older) have content that may be suitable for ages 10 and older. Titles in this category may contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.
PAX-Code PAX0008180332
Catalog No.  2102450
Item Code  0719593160014


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:16

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suddenstrike (1) on 15, Feb. 2017 15:02 (HKT)
Very good
If you love retro game &sfc. You must have this game. Olds are goods~!
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magallanes (33) on 11, Feb. 2017 09:43 (HKT)
An affordable way to play this game
Natsume has given us a chance to enjoy the best action-packed game for the SNES, (which version is super expensive); with new features, like new characters, scenarios and options you don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy this game, good for Natsume!
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juanpablosh1 (2) on 11, Feb. 2017 04:15 (HKT)
Great remake, gonna be a gem in the future. If you love retro games, you gotta have this one!
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virgilaeneid (33) on 03, Feb. 2017 08:22 (HKT)
Nice remake!
This is a remake of the snes classic, its super fun!
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forteii (43) on 01, Feb. 2017 04:15 (HKT)
Sends the original to the grave. Period.
Old-school gaming at its finest. Every pixel is crisp and clean and every boss goes down in a spectacle that fanfares your getting good at the game. The difficulty is overrated too as difficulty settings, unlimited continues (in single player) , a bevy of power-ups / modes and incoming fire you can actually react to (unlike in a modern FPS) make Wild Guns : Reloaded a perfectly beatable game. It only takes patience and practice.
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