Lots of important people want you to fund Strafe on Kickstarter

With three days and over $60,000 to go, industry and community figures reach out to encourage funding of satirical indie FPS.

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christian hour3214d ago (Edited 3214d ago )

Already gave 100 quid to see this game made, my first time investing in a KS campaign (though theres been tonnes I wanted to invest in before but couldnt).

It might never even see the light of day on the consoles I'll be primarily playing but this game needs to exist, some day I might even own a pc that can run more than minesweeper, until then I'll be happy just knowing a large amount of PC gamers are experiencing the fun that Strafe is promising.

mixelon3214d ago

You donated £100 to a game you can't even play? Good show, man. :)

Thats heartening! When everyone's complaining about value and campaign lengths, that's really good to see.

GokuSolosAll3214d ago

If they're at all important then they have WAY more cash than I do. THEY should pay it. I only fund games I personally want, not because douches dictate.

Reminds me of celebrities and actors begging cash for causes like animals or starving kids; they could solve the issue entirely and still be rich. Eat my crapper.


These brand new games feel like they were made in the 90s, and it's great

Gamepressure: "Let them call you a boomer or whatever, but playing these old-school shooters made today is as fun as it would be 30 years ago."

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STRAFE Releases its Final "Substantial" Update

Entering this world as a Kickstarter campaign over five years ago and fully releasing in 2017, Pixel Titans' hectic, roguelike first-person shooter, STRAFE, is finally reaching the end of its life with one last major content update, dubbed Gold Edition.

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Rangerman12081301d ago

Didn't knew they kept supporting the game. I wonder if the game is much more positively recieved now since at launch it got mixed reactions.


Why You Should Play Strafe: Millennium Edition From Your Backlog

BacklogCritic: "Strafe strives for old school difficulty and scores a little too well. Level design is not varied enough to endure the countless run-throughs required to proceed. Tight corridors, coupled with unfair monster spawns make your deaths feel cheap. The core gunplay is just not meaty enough to carry the game."

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superchiller2101d ago

I really wanted to like Strafe, because I love old school FPS games. Sadly the controls felt absolutely awful; either way too sluggish, or way too sensitive, despite the ability to adjust sensitivity. Tried very hard to adjust the options to make it better, but I was never able to make it playable. For a much better experience, try Immortal Redneck (out for both the PS4 and XBox One), it controls great and is an excellent Serious Sam style of FPS.