Strike Suit Zero Review

Finally got to sit down and do a little game playing and the next game on my list was Strike Suit Zero from Born Ready Games. What a great twitched based shooter this game is, if you like fast paced action this game will be for you. I like the combat a lot and it is very challenging especially when you are trying to attain completion medals (I have yet to get a gold), so definitely not a cake walk here.

So what is Strike Suit Zero about?

In the year 2299, an interstellar war rages on. In a bid to save Earth from destruction, you must take control of the Strike Suit – a revolutionary fighter craft with the ability to transform into a lethal suit of space armor. Immerse yourself in massive fleet battles where your dog-fighting skills will directly affect the fate of the cosmos.

Here is the game trailer:

You will play out this action packed adventure over 13 missions, yeah I know what your saying… only 13 missions. But they are long missions with a good narrative, and you might just have to redo some missions like me when you want to get the completion medals or you missed the objectives to get the ship upgrades.

Besides the dog-fighting there is capitol ships, frigates, supply platforms, guard turrets, torpedoes and much more you have to take out during your missions. Not always knowing what you will face in your missions can really work on your resources, I found out a few times that I should have conserved missiles better or chose my load-outs better.

So there is definitely some planning and trial and error to successfully completing all of the missions to Strike Suit Zero.

I haven’t completed the game just yet, but I will and I think I have enough of the game under my belt to rate it and here is a few pros/cons that I have seen during my play time:

Pros:

  • Visuals are top notch. I played with all options to max and then I was a few missions in to the game and then my gfx card couldn’t handle the visuals. I had to bump the specs down because of all the stuff and action on the screen. So for those visual effect lovers out there if you have the hardware TURN IT UP you won’t be disappointed.
  • Audio and music tracks were solid and they were not annoying as in some games.
  • Mission structure was engaging and told the story well, especially with the in-game cutscenes during mission.
  • Lastly the combat was great and you can tell Born Ready Games spent a lot of time refining it. It is a bit arcade action, but it works well here and wouldn’t want to add any simulation type flight mechanics to this game.

Cons:

  • I would say I am near the minimum specs with my HD4890 and 4GB of Mem. And when the action is really heavy the game this might become unplayable in spots for you depending on your system specs. Not really a huge con against the game, but I think the minimum specs should actually be a bit higher to be able to play with good framerates.
  • Would be nice to know what you have to accomplish to attain either the bronze, silver or gold medals before you start the mission.
  • Would have liked to be able to issue wingman commands to help with attacking targets.

All-in-all Strike Suit Zero is a solid performer and its been a while since I played a game that is this full of action and the missions are nicely scripted too. Yeah there was some things I had hoped would be in the game like, being able to take suit form and land on the hulls of ships and engage them up close and more destructible ships with debris everywhere. I don’t think you would regret picking up this game and I would rate this a solid 87 out of 100.

I will definitely have to update my gaming rig to witness Strike Suit Zero on a three monitor setup or in very high resolution like in this video:

Have fun with it and please do support the devs and get this game and make sure you discuss your experiences in the forums.

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