It pays homage to every facet of the franchise’s history with its gameplay, and the only way it could do more would be to include the past entries along with all of the older character designs as extras.
A fun 2D metroidvania game.
- Excellent combat & traversal system and controls
- Good "level & enemy" design and variety
- Good map for hunting down power ups
- Excellent design on having minimum amount of loading times and waiting to respawn
- And a good length for speed runners and completionists for not getting bored with the game
Just an excellent game overall. Thanks Double Helix and Capcom.
Definitely worth the money in terms of graphics, gameplay and controls. You have to stay on your toes when it comes to combat, and the variety of enemies is pretty high. You won't be bored and you won't regret having spent the (very affordable amount of) money on it.
Clocking in at around six hours with dozens of cyber unlockables hidden away waiting to be found and giant cyber bosses just begging to be cut down, this cyber ninja comes out slicing and dicing in his return to the proverbial cyber stage.
The Strider franchise rises in the XXI century, thanks to a game that will undoubtedly be one of the downloadables of 2014. Game development is inspired by the best Metroid and Castlevania bidimensional games, resulting in an essential one.
I know many incompleted indie games that have higher scores than this one. People analyze parts of games for scoring purposes. This game is funnier and more exciting than that one. The map design is very nice and good for exploring. The battle system and monster AI are not perfect, but good enough. I love this game because it has unique speedy gameplay. please release this game to nintendo console.
Nice little update of the classic arcade game that retains Strider Hiryu's fluid acrobatics while throwing in a mild Metroid element as upgrades grant access to new areas. A nice change of pace for those looking for a quick jump and slash.
The biggest problem is that it just gets boring after a while , environment are boring and colourless the Combat doesn't have hæft and and it feels like you're supposed to Facetank the damage instead of dodging it , just a boring game
Fun at first but before long it devolves into a repetitive, shallow, and often frustrating mess of an experience. I have no nostalgia for the series and was looking for something along the lines of Shadow Complex, but unfortunately Strider never comes close to that much better game.
SummaryOriginally released in 1989, Strider remains one of Capcom's most enduring franchises. The game tells the story of Hiryu, the youngest ever "Super A" ranked agent of an elite corps known as the Striders. Strider Hiryu receives orders to assassinate Grandmaster Meio, supreme dictator of Earth, who has plunged humanity into a d...