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Strike Vector

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This is an example of what Nintendo's Star Fox should've been game play wise.


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Gah, I'm torn. After watching that trailer I really want to buy it but on the other hand I'm really not into the whole FPS type mech games out there (I believe that it's killing the mech genre, thats just me though (look at what it did to Armored Core 5, horrible game)). Plus I don't have $20 atm (noticed it's on sale, normally $30+).


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This game looks good, but I'm going to have to hold off until I can download a demo or free weekend trial to test it out to make sure it will run on my laptop. It looks like fun, but I hope it doesn't turn stagnant like the jet dogfights in BF4.

 

btw, this game reminds me of Strike Suit Zero. I got that game in a humble bundle a few weeks ago and it kind of looks like a single player version of this, minus the cockpit view. (edit), maybe not.. most of Strike Suit Zero is in space with no debris to fly thru. It looks more like flying a gundam in space and shooting mobile dolls, while strike vector seems much faster paced.


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