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Strider 2

Strider 2 (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Action
Developer: Capcom
AKA: Strider Hiryu 1&2 (JP)

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Strider 2 review

Reviewed March 12, 2004

djskittles says: "It saddens me to say this, but the 2D platformers genre is dying. Everyone remembers playing Super Mario Bros., Castlevania, and numerous other fine titles. But now all those games have evolved into 3D scavenger hunts. The fun of perfectly executing a challenging jump has been replaced by hunting for an endless amount of items or battling awkward camera angles just to land the easiest of jumps. Strider 2 is an attempt to recapture the former days of 2D excellence, but ca..."
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