Saber Rider And The Star Sheriffs Game Will Have Playable Events From The Anime

The developers behind Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs have announced that the upcoming side-scrolling game will feature events that match up with the show 1:1. These events found in the show will also be playable. The game itself will drop across PC, Nintendo Switch, 3DS and the Dreamcast… yes, the Sega Dreamcast.

Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs has additional information about the latest video game to explore themes of the anime.

Not only will specific scenes show up in the game found in the anime, gamers will be able to play through them. This is good news in that we finally get a bit more insight as to what we can expect from the actual gameplay story arc, and it breaks the silence that has been looming around this project for some time.

The information explaining that Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs the game will mirror the anime 1:1 comes from Saber Rider-The Game Twitter account:

It’s unclear if gamers will be able to play scenes and scenarios from all 52 episodes of the Western anime version or just select scenes? While we wait, we do learn from the above tweet that progress is going well.

To play on this progress made on Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs comes an image showing a “3rd person” mode and “Jetpack work”.

The last progress update reveals that a “Big update” will come soon. Sadly, no information explaining what this big update has in store for Kickstarter backers and gamers alike, but it could be potentially gameplay footage.

If you want to learn more about Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs you can pay its Kickstarter page or callxyz.com a visit to get the latest scoop. The game is set to launch across PC, Nintendo Switch, 3DS and the Dreamcast, but it has no official release date.

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