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Strike Suit Zero (PC)

Strike Suit Zero (PC)
alaScore 89

8 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and controls. Views are divided on the action.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Strike Suit Zero- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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For all the love Privateer, Freespace and films such as The Last Starfighter command, space combat simulations seemingly deserted public consciousness around the birth of the last generation of consoles. This was not so much a ‘space simulators are...

Unlocking your big robot friend.

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Transform and fly out.

Great visuals and sense of scale; Razor-sharp controls; Strike mode is illegal amounts of fun

Vague ranking/outcome system; Misses the mark on a number of small but significant issues

Mind you, none of these issues ever keep the core gameplay from being fun—it's just frustrating that so many little things are wrong when all the important parts are so right. With such a strong foundation, Born Ready could have delivered a real...

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While not without its share of flaws, Strike Suit Zero's combat remains enthralling.


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An anime-inspired shooter with a Macross to bring to bear.

Glorious battles, strike suit feels great, epic combat action

Inconsistent checkpointing, unhelpful AI, bland narrative

Freespace 2 this is not, but even with its frustrations, Strike Suit Zero is an anime inspired shooter with its balls against at least two walls. It's dumb, possibly dumber than it intends, but it's also the kind of action you're not going to feel bad...

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Strike Suit Zero's thrilling combat and awe-inspiring world make space combat feel like a relevant genre after years of stagnation.

Fast-paced combat feels new and exciting ; The ability to transform injects much-needed creativity into the old formula ; Captivating renderings of outer space draw you into the world ; Hard to acquire upgrades and multiple endings extend the game's...

Most missions are too long for their own good ; Upgrades are valuable, but often too hard to acquire ; Underwhelming delivery of the narrative and scripted dialogue

From the handful of ships you’ll pilot during the course of the game, the Strike Suit remains the most enjoyable to use for it's ability to transform and out maneuver enemy aircraft. Once you’ve gathered the right amount of flux energy from shooting...