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!

Key Features

  • 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.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows Vista SP2 x64, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8 x64
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550, 2.83GHz / AMD Phenom II X3 720, 2.8GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5770 / GeForce GTX 460 or better
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 3700 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
Additional Notes: Integrated graphics solutions not supported. Controller recommended.
  • Strider is unapologetic in its approach: it’s a Metroidvania that thrives on speed, slashing, and general carnage. It manages all four very well.

  • I’m happy to report that Double Helix nailed all of the classic elements of the series while launching it into the modern era.

  • It's not perfect, and the chrome finish is marred by a few pacing and polish quibbles, but successfully taking Hiryu's seemingly anachronistic style into the 21st century has only proven how much he has improved with time.

  • GameStar

    Lightning-fast arcade action, precision control, constant movement and numerous gadgets.

  • Even though it is lacking fresh ideas and the exploration elements are a bit underwhelming, this is a successful and thoroughly fun reboot for the Strider franchise, thanks to its super fast combat, responsive controls and neat visual design.

  • While its slightly unbalanced design holds it back from being a genuine classic, it nonetheless does enough right to put a swagger back in Strider’s step for the first time in decades.

  • Strider is a liberating, free-form action platformer studded with frustrating callbacks to an arcade era better left behind.

  • For now, if you don’t mind a world that’s full of rather bland environments, feeling contradictory to the game’s intense, blistering action, then jumping into the ninja boots of Strider is sure to supply a fun afternoon or two.

  • For its price, Strider has great value, especially if you can switch gears towards being more exploratory at the end. Otherwise, it’s frustrating as heck to have the difficulty curve go from playing tag with some school chums, to enemies darting for your throat with the gnashing of werewolf-like fangs for your body's fleshy sustenance. Ninjas are lean meat, after all.

  • Enjoyable, authentic, and oh-so-cool... when it doesn't break.

$14.99 $3.08
Genre: Action, Adventure
Released: 19 February 2014
Developer: Double Helix Games, Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Leaderboards
  • Full controller support
UI Audio Subs
Spanish - Spain
Save 30%

Save a massive 30% off the listed price when paying with cryptocurrency Cardano.

Discounts are applied to price at checkout!

Set currency to ADA