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Submitted by HAMM3RofBUDDHA 362d ago | screenshot

Next-Gen Strider Gets Fleshed Out In New Belated TGS Screens

Based on the new screens the Strider reboot for both next-gen and current-gen systems seems to be shaping up nicely, while also maintaining a familiar feel to the original. This franchise saw some love on the NES and Genesis, and provided a fairly deep experience for the era, so a reboot does have a fan base to appeal to. Let’s just hope it’s not as difficult as the NES version!

A release date has yet to be given for the HD Strider, so all that is known is that it will launch for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. While you wait for more details why don’t you mosey on down past the break to check out the latest batch of new screenshots for the game. (PS3, PS4, Strider, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

meatysausage  +   362d ago
that does not look like next gen

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