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Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 15:50, 26 January 17slightly better in graphical terms
Quote from: Retrodanuart on 02:38, 06 March 17I am used to such terrible trash from US Gold...They shoul be called US Shit. When I played this game at my childhood, I was lucky of never have played this on the arcade.
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 11:17, 27 January 17Loved this. Thought it was perfect in terms of difficulty and graphics.It's suc(k)cessor was awful, Mode 0 didn't work, no detail in the graphics and the game could practically be finished on the first attempt!
Quote from: Carnivius on 18:10, 06 March 17I had a lot more fun with the sequel and really liked it's colourful graphics. I was massively disappointed with the CPC port of the first game. Had maybe one or two decent sprites (none being Strider himself who just looked crude) and an ugly colour scheme with lousy Speccy port graphics with boring grey backgrounds or marginally better than on Spectrum since the sprites were clearer due to colour and no attribute clash. The CPC could do so much better. US Gold's Strider 2 isn't a great game but I still far prefer it even to Capcom's 'official' Strider 2 on PS1 which is 90% boring boss battles and loading screens (which I tolerated owning just cos it came with a bonus disc of 'arcade perfect' Strider 1). UN Squadron is still easily my fave US Gold arcade port on CPC though.
Quote from: ||C|-|E|| on 10:29, 07 March 17I loved both, the first one and the sequel . Of course, being such a clumsy player, the difficulty of the sequel was just perfect for me. Well... in fact I had to cheat to finish it
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