Strider for Xbox One
Xbox One


Feb 18, 2014
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Content Rating: Everyone10+


Hiryu, the youngest ever “Super A” ranked agent of an elite corps known as the Striders, returns in this action-packed addition to Capcom's classic Strider franchise. For the first time in Strider history, players have access to the massive interconnected world of Kazakh City, which players can explore in any direction they choose. The traditional level structure has been replaced with a retraceable world and a deep ability upgrade system which enables Hiryu to build more power and abilities to penetrate ever deeper into the dystopian adventure.

Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
Jeremy ParishFeb 19, 2014
Sadly, Strider falls somewhat short of the original. Despite its failings, though, it manages to be the best Strider game since that old coin-op. With a little more polish and creativity, this could be the start of something great.
Miguel ConcepcionMar 05, 2014
While Strider could have benefitted from a more concise overworld design, its lengthiness does give the game a “slow burn” appeal, something you don’t usually associate with Metroidvania-style games, let alone 2D side scrollers. ...Even with the game’s flaws, you can’t help but think Double Helix now has the experience and potential to make a superior follow-up. Here’s hoping that it doesn’t take another twelve years before the next sequel or reboot.
Iain GarnerMar 06, 2014
Sudden spikes in difficulty can be disconcerting, and frustrating to say the least. One section involving laser beams and moving platforms had me ready to succumb to serious case of rage quit. Strider is an action game and Strider Hiryu is not built for small, precise movements, so making him perform them feels like guiding a tank down a rabbit hole.


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