Tag Archives: Strider
Thu, Nov 28, 2013 | 12:27 GMT
Strider developer Double Helix Games has released a new batch of images showing off the game’s returning Ouroboros boss battle, along with plenty of platforming and combat.
Thu, Nov 21, 2013 | 09:33 GMT
Strider publisher Capcom has released a new batch of images showing off Double Helix Games’ reboot of the classic. There’s also some shots of the physical limited edition coming to Japan on February 22.
Wed, Nov 20, 2013 | 17:11 GMT
The Strider reboot will be available at retail and via download on PlayStation 3 in Japan in February, Capcom has told Famitsu. The game will also include include original content, a special video, the PSone Classics versions of Strider and Strider 2, and a custom theme. The game will be offered only through PSN for PS4, and it runs at 60fps in 1080p. Strider will be released in the west on the aforementioned consoles as well as PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in early 2014. Thanks, Gematsu.
Tue, Oct 08, 2013 | 18:36 BST
Strider will be on show at NYCC 2013 this weekend, and Capcom has sent over some screenshots ahead of the event. Those are below, along with a video of the game posted by AGB. the Double Helix-developed title will be released on PC, PSN and XBL in early 2014.
Tue, Sep 10, 2013 | 11:33 BST
Microsoft is bringing many playable Xbox One titles to Tokyo Games Show next week, marking something of a Japanese reprisal for the company.
Fri, Jul 19, 2013 | 08:00 BST
Strider is back, and headed to PC, current and next-gen consoles thanks to Double Helix Games; check out screens, the announcement trailer, and uncut gameplay footage within.
Tue, Mar 19, 2013 | 01:13 GMT
Classic Capcom property Strider has been uncovered by Internet sleuths. NeoGAF users purportedly found some Xbox Live Arcade boxart as well as a Steam achievement, suggesting the ninja property may be rebooted or revived with a digital release. Remember, Capcom is bringing a couple of unannounced games to PAX East this weekend, although we expect to see some Dungeons & Dragons titles, too.
Wed, Mar 14, 2012 | 13:09 GMT
Nintendo has released a nice batch of screenshots for the Virtual Console version of Metroid for 3DS, Battle of the Elements for DS, and Wii’s Virtual Console title Strider. The later is available now, and Battle of the Elements will be released on DSiWare and eShop March 15 in Europe through Nintendo’s weekly update for 500 Nintendo DSi Points/ €5.
Tue, Feb 21, 2012 | 19:00 GMT
Concept art and a video from a purported remake of Strider along with concept art from the cancelled Final Fantasy: Fortress have surfaced over on the Spanish site Anait Games. According to site, the assets were sent over by a former Grin Barcelona employee which worked at the firm before it was shuttered in 2009. The employee stated when the Final Fantasy game was cancelled, the firm started working with Ubisoft on financing “the game formerly known as Strider” and was in talks with Capcom, and working on a new Streets of Rage game. Sadly, none of the titles were to see the light of day, as GRIN is now no more. You can check out a video of what was the firm’s Strider reboot below, and look over the rest of the concept art from Fortress, which has a decidedly Noric feel to it, through the link.Thanks, Victor.
Thu, Feb 16, 2012 | 17:55 GMT
Nintendo has updated its eShop, DSiWare and Virtual Console offerings, and along with the previously reported availability of Hulu Plus, there’s also the highly-anticipated demo of Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D available on 3DS this week. Also, SEGA Genesis fans might want to check out Strider through Wii’s Virtual Console today too, and the first Ambassador game for North America hits today with the release of Super Mario Bros. NES. Get the full update below.
Mon, Nov 14, 2011 | 00:53 GMT
Siliconera reports Capcom has confirmed 16-bit era classics Street Fighter II and Strider will appear on both the European and US Wii Virtual Consoles.
Street Fighter II will benefit from a small modern upgrade, allowing for online versus play.
No local pricing or release dates have been announced. Both titles arrive on the Japanese VC in December, for ¥600.