STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - Valve
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PC Gamer

Remember Me Bundle

As is their wont, the chaps behind the latest Humble 'Massive Publisher' Bundle have made it that bit sweeter, adding Resident Evil 4 and Remember Me to the Capcom Bundle, which was already tempting.

You'll have to beat the average (currently $9.07) to net them both, alongside Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil Revelations and the excellent Devil May Cry reboot. Fork up $15 and you'll also get the Untold Stories DLC for RE5, plus Street Fighter 4.

If none of those appeal, paying just $1 gets you Strider, Resident Evil Revelations 2, Lost Planet 3 and Bionic Commando Rearmed. Phew! I've lost count of the amount of games I've picked up in bundles that are gathering virtual dust in my steam library. Still, it's worth it for all the times I've had a random urge to play something and discovered I already own it.

The port of RE5 was a massive improvement over the initial release of RE4, but this looks like 2014's improved HD re-release. If like me you've never actually played any of the games in the series, this seems like a good opportunity to jump in. Remember Me is also worth checking out: its time travel mechanics inspired the same team to make Life is Strange—the final episode of which came out yesterday.

I love how everything about the humble bundles over the years has got less and less humble. It's kinda hard to be when last year you raised $50 million for charity alone, and goodness knows how much more since then given their relentless expansion. Not that I'm complaining: everyone seems to be winning.

PC Gamer

Capcom still has a pretty good hit rate, and that's why the latest Humble Bundle is so appealing. It discounts many of their recent hits including the DMC reboot, Ultra Street Fighter IV, and *cough* Resident Evil 5, offering them up for practically nothing. On top of that, the $1 tier is the best I've seen for ages. Chucking a single simoleon Humble's way will get you Strider, the first episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2, Bionic Commando: Rearmed, and Lost Planet 3, which isn't quite as bad as people like to make out.

You might want to beat the average to get Resi Revelations 1, DmC, Resi 5 and some other, unannounced games. You might want to stump up $15 for Ultra SFIV and some Resi 5 DLC as well.

And, if you're a repeat Humbler, you might want to keep an eye on its upcoming monthly subscription program, which will offer a new set of free games every lunar cycle.

STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - Valve
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STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - wbacon [capcom]
  • Implementation of manual screen resolution and refresh rate selection under Settings.
  • Implementation of a full-screen borderless "Window" display mode inside the game under Settings.
  • All screen resolution and refresh rate combinations potentially supported by the PC driver may be selected in Settings under Help & Options. However, if the refresh rate selected is not either 59/60 or a multiple of 60 (120, 240 etc), slowdown or other graphical issues may occur. The above refresh rates are strongly recommended to enjoy a fluid gaming experience. Note that the refresh rate setting only applies to the game running in Fullscreen "on" mode.

  • Window mode has been added as an option for the Fullscreen setting. Fullscreen value settings are as follows:
    • On: Traditional full-screen mode. Uses the resolution and refresh rate specified in the game's Settings menu.
    • Off: Traditional windowed mode. Game runs in bordered window within the operating system. User's Desktop setting is used for refresh rate (in-game setting is ignored).
    • WINDOW: "Full-screen windowed" mode. Game runs in windowed mode but the window takes up the entire screen with no borders (visually equivalent to fullscreen "on"). User's Desktop settings are used for resolution and refresh rate (in-game settings are ignored).
When to use WINDOW setting:
Window mode is recommended for those users who may experience issues when using Fullscreen mode, such as resolution drops, refresh rate issues, or crashes. If you experience any of these issues (particularly with more than one processor in the system) please attempt to use the WINDOW setting to play the game.
Feb 25, 2014
STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - (Rich Stanton)

Hands up folks, who wants to play a game that makes you feel awesome? That looks ph> incredible? The game that has had my stomach doing somersaults, my right thumb hammering away for all it’s worth, and my brain pumping out adrenaline like Coca-Cola at a Justin Bieber concert? Strider is that game! Oh man Strider is that game. YES! If ‘it’ for you is 2D combat platformers that push every big red button at once, then Strider Is It! … [visit site to read more]

STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - Valve
STRIDER™ is Now Available on Steam!
Strider returns in a brand new adventure, complete with incredible side-scrolling action, and lightning fast combat all in a massive interconnected world! Download the full game February 19th and become the original assassin!

The ultimate ninja returns – Strider Hiryu, the original assassin that inspired many third person action titles returns in a completely new game for a new generation of gamers as he takes on the Grand Master Meio.

Lightning fast combat – Use an arsenal of moves and weapons against your enemies whilst slicing your way through a massive interconnected game world.

Plasma Cyphers – From scorching enemies to freezing them in their tracks or deflecting a host of bullets, the indestructible plasma charged cypher offers a range of action tactics for players to use against their foes.

Seamless Traversal – Jump, climb and run through the expansive game world with the speed and agility of a ninja whilst climbing surfaces to gain that extra height and engaging the enemy from virtually any direction.

Varied enemy design – From cybernetic soldiers to immense bio-mechanical creatures the enemy types in Strider guarantee engaging and unique combat challenges.

STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - (Ben Barrett)


As a writer for Rock, Paper, Shotgun I am contractually obliged to know absolutely nothing about the series that Capcom are most recently rebooting. Previously consigned purely to the arcades and consoles, protagonist Strider Hiryu and his menagerie of robots was firmly beyond my grasp. I was disallowed any knowledge of his wall-hanging, ninja-running, platform-jumping ways and any investigation into the original late 80s arcade game, which this remake is based on, was redirected to Monkey Island Studies. Thank goodness for other people’s nostalgia, as from today the pyjama-clad death machine is available on Steam with a launch trailer below, if you’re quick enough.

… [visit site to read more]

STRIDER™ / ストライダー飛竜® - CapcomUnity
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<p>The reviews are pouring in for&nbsp;<strong><em>Strider,&nbsp;</em></strong>which is out tomorrow on Steam. We're thrilled to report that the critical reception so far has been astoudingly positive! Read on for a review round-up, plus launch trailer and screens!</p>
<p><a href=""><strong>Destructoid </strong></a>- 9.5/10<br /><em>"Double Helix has really come into its own."</em>&nbsp;</p>
<p><a href=""><strong>Polygon</strong></a> - 8.5/10<br /><em>"Strider&nbsp;begins with considerably more player agency and ability than other exploration-based games, and the speed and finesse on display made it a joy to just ... sort of ... run around."</em>&nbsp;</p>
<p><a href=""><strong>GamesRadar</strong></a> - 4.5/5<br /><em>"Strider makes itself known as the raddest game to come along in years."</em></p>
<p><strong><a href="">Game Informer</a>&nbsp;</strong>- 8.75/10<br /><em>"</em><span><em>Strider is a great reboot for old-school arcade junkies and at the same time a fresh action experience for newcomers to the franchise."</em>&nbsp;</span>&nbsp;</p>
<p><a href=""><strong>GameSpot</strong></a> - 8/10<br /><em>"From the moment you embark on your journey right up until the final deathblow, Strider is a blast to play."</em>&nbsp;</p>
<p><a href=""><strong>IGN</strong></a> - 7.5/10<br /><span style="font-size: 12px;"><em>"This reimagining of the original&nbsp;Strider&nbsp;establishes developer Double Helix&rsquo;s firm grasp on the essence of the joy of movement that makes&nbsp;Strider&nbsp;Hiryu such a great character."</em>&nbsp;<br />(*Note: Extra props to IGN for coining the phrase "murderous pinball.")&nbsp;</span></p>
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