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Submitted by CranberryPub 622d ago | preview

GamerZines | Hands-On: Strike Suit Zero

GamerZines writes:

Back in October Born Ready Games took to Kickstarter to tell the world that they wanted to bring the space combat genre back to the masses with a new game Strike Suit Zero, bandying around names like Freespace, Wing Commander and even the almighty X-Wing to tempt potential backers to dig into their pockets.

After spending a few days with Strike Suit Zero we've come to the conclusion that this isn't quite the grand space-sim revival which the studio from Guildford alluded to. That isn't to say that it’s a bad game, actually far from it – only it would be much more accurate to compare the release to a game like Square Enix’s criminally underrated Project Sylpheed, with all the animé tropes that entails. (PC, PS3, Strike Suit Zero, Xbox 360)

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