Conclusion: While the entire game can have the achievements completed on easy, there will be challenges to complete the optional objectives to earn ship upgrades, sometimes requiring you to come back to a mission after earning more upgrades to be able to do the objectives to earn the upgrades offered by a...
Excerpt: You know what's something you haven't played in a while? A good space shooter. Well, a new one anyway. Like me, you may be hoping that the director's cut of last year's Strike Suit Zero would change all that but sadly it's not to be.
Strike Suit Zero Director's Cut Review: More than meets the eye
29 April 2014
Conclusion: At $19.99, Strike Suit Zero is definitely recommended, unless of course you've already played this on your PC. It comes with the expanded Heroes of the Fleet missions, packing in even more hours into the attractively priced title.
Conclusion: All in all, Strike Suit Zero is a good, if not truly great, entry in to a genre which hasn’t seen a proper attempt in quite some time. It lays the path for future entries like Star Citizen and stands on its own as a title. Plus who doesn’t want to pilot giant metal space butterflies?
Excerpt: Truthfully, I had a lot of fun playing Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut , but so much of the game is feels inadequate when compared to similar titles. The Strike Suit itself is undeniably fun and the action will most likely satisfy those looking for a new space combat game, but it’s hard to get...
Summary: If you’re looking for a story driven space combat game, this isn’t the game for you. At $20, Strike Suit Zero isn’t a game I’d pick up at full price, but it’s still a game I’d buy eventually on a sale.
Conclusion: Strike Suite Zero is a mishmash of gameplay mechanics, but at the end of the day you can clearly feel that you played something unique. If you manage to summon the necessary patience required for this game, you will find that there's more to Strike Suite Zero than meets the eye.
Summary: Strike Suit Zero is an exciting new space-based combat flight sim that promises a bright future for Born Ready Games. Many of its elements put it in the higher echelon of the genre, but it’s held back by the underutilization of the strike suit, missions that stick too closely to a template, and a...
Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
Summary: Strike Suit Zero is a Kickstarter funded game that takes place during an intergalactic civil war between space colonies and Earth over the rights to investigate ancient ruins in space, developed by Born Ready Games.