Saber Rider Update Reveals Progress, Demo And Canceled 3D Game
(Last Updated On: May 17, 2017)

Team Saber Rider not too long ago published a new GIF and video showing gameplay of Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs. This gameplay footage is also accompanied by a playable demo and a video showing the canceled 3D version. Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs is set to release Q3 of 2017 for Nintendo 3DS, PC and the Dreamcast.

The 2D run-n-gun game known as Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs was featured on Steam Greenlight and has since passed through the platform with no problems, along with having a successful Kickstarter run. As of now, it is just a matter of the devs polishing the game up and using the resources they have to ship it by Q3 of this year.

In the meantime, the devs have pumped out an update as of this month showing a GIF of cyber horses, new enemies and screen-shake effects to let players know when incoming dangers (like the cyber horses) are about to arrive. This can be seen below in the same Wild West stage.

Speaking of the game and updates, the devs also released a free playable demo and a video showing what it has to offer. If you are not sure about waiting until Q3 of this year to get your hands on Saber Rider you will be able to play and see the run-n-gun game early thanks to callxyz.com.

Lastly, the devs posted up the canceled 3D version of Saber Rider. The footage depicts gameplay of Colt and a video sequence of another stage, however the game has a lot of problems in that it skips and hiccups a lot. You can check out how the canceled 3D version of Saber Rider and what it aimed to offer gamers thanks to Saber Rider team‘s channel.

Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs is set to release Q3 of 2017 for Nintendo 3DS, PC and the Dreamcast.


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  • durka durka

    There is a better video of the 3d version somewhere, i prefered that one than the retro 8bit version

  • Louis

    That gameplay makes me wanna play Sunset Riders again. Not in a fun nostalgic “can’t wait until this comes out” way, however, but in more of a “Sunset Riders did this so much better 26 years ago” kind of way. Like, the music fits the bill enough that it sounds like a western theme, but it doesn’t really match the pace of the gameplay, it’s too relaxed compared to all the gunplay. And that boss fight is just embarrassingly easy.

    • EroBotan

      the background is pretty though …