Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Strike Suit Zero

(PlayStation 4 Review) Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

(PlayStation 4 Review) Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

“… a decent port of a solid space-based arcade-style sim, with plenty of dogfighting and missile-launching mech action. ”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut out for Xbox, PC, tomorrow for PS4

Strike Suit Zero Directors Cut (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Strike Suit Zero makes its console debut today with the release of the Director’s Cut edition for Xbox One. PC gamers can also download the re-release, which has been home to the original version since early last year, while PS4 owners will be able to grab it tomorrow. The updated version sports new ship models, improved textures, a restructured campaign, two new suits, and the additional campaign that was added as part of the Heroes of the Fleet DLC pack.

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Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut in development for PS4, Xbox One

Strike Suit Zero Director's Cut (PS3, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Born Read Games’ stylish sci-fi- and mech-themed action title Strike Suit Zero is heading to next-gen consoles in the form of a new Director’s Cut edition. The PS4 and Xbox One versions will include all of the downloadable content currently available for the PC release as well as updated models, an improved graphics engine, and the always-nebulous “more.”

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PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Strike Suit Zero – Heroes of the Fleet DLC, mod tools now on Steam

Strike Suit Zero (PC) Heroes of the Fleet DLC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Strike Suit Zero received its first DLC drop today with the launch of Heroes of the Fleet. The pack takes players back in time by having them fight five of the most famous battles of the U.N.E. and Colonial War in a training simulator. By going through the encounters, players will also learn the origins of the famed Colonial Black Fleet. A new mod tool set, XedMod, has also launched alongside Heroes of the Fleet. The kit is available for free on Steam workshop for everyone who owns Strike Suit Zero.

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DLC, PC News

Strike Suit Infinity and Strike Suit Zero DLC announced

Strike Suit Infinity (PC) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Born Ready Games is expanding the Strike Suit series with a new standalone score-based shooter, Strike Suit Infinity. Set to launch on April 30, Infinity will pit players against endless waves of enemies in a round-based, combo-heavy system that will reward skilled pilots with prime spots on the leaderboard. Between rounds, earned credits can be spent on purchasing reinforcements in the form of Fighters, Frigates, Interceptors, and Cruisers.

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(PC Review) Strike Suit Zero

(PC Review) Strike Suit Zero

“… an exciting new space-based combat flight sim that promises a bright future for Born Ready Games.”

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PC Reviews

Strike Suit Zero patch adds cockpit view, adjusts difficulty, and more

Born Ready Games has released a new update for their mecha shooter Strike Suit Zero. The Kickstarter-backed title is now on its third post-launch patch, and the latest update includes some hefty changes. One of the biggest is a new cockpit view, which now allows players to switch between third- and first-person views. Other changes include tweaks to the difficulty, with new Easy and Hardcore levels added, some of the difficulty spikes removed, and the option to change difficulty before each mission, as well as a checkpoint save system, and an improved targeting system that now cycles through five priority types.

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PC News

Strike Suit Zero now available on Steam, confirmed for Linux and Mac

Strike Suit Zero (PC) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Born Ready Games’ mech-based shooter Strike Suit Zero has launched on Steam. The $19.99 release features ship and bot designs from Junji Okubo (Appleseed) and a score from Paul Ruskay (Homeworld) and Kokia (Tales of Innocence). Born Ready has also announced that they plan on releasing Linux and Mac versions later this year.

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