Yesterday we posted about an upcoming Hunter x Hunter x Monster Hunter XX collaboration (so many Xs!), but please believe Capcom has way more in store. A new series of promos are here to prepare everyone for crossovers with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Okami, Garo, and Strider.
If you're looking to up the speed and slash size of your Monster Hunter Generations experience, Capcom revealed Strider as its latest collaboration. The classic side-scrolling series will invade Generations with Strider Hiryu's Cypher sword and armor. You can a sample of how Capcom took Strider's lightning-fast slashes and made them work along with the Dual Blades weapon in the trailer after the jump.
It was a long time coming, but Strider 2 followed up the 1989 Strider after one full decade (we don't really talk about 1990's Strider II). Released for arcades in 1999 and then ported to PlayStation in 2000, Strider 2 is now making the somersault leap to PSN as a PSOne Classic in North America. Read on for more.
One of gaming's classic action heroes returns after a very long hiatus! Aside from his cameo appearances in fighting games, we last saw him on the PS1... but is it worth it to join Strider Hiryu in this new battle? Hit the jump for our full review!
Strider is getting ready to return on a handful of platforms next week, and Capcom is preparing for his cartwheelin' comeback with a look behind the scenes. See insights from Capcom Japan and the developers at Double Helix in the video after the jump.
The folks over at Capcom Unity are getting ready for this month's release of the new Strider game by taking a look back at the series. The video retrospective shows the mad-dashing, sword-slashing, cartwheeling hero through the ages, from his arcade debut in 1989 to his return to form on consoles and PC. Get nostalgic past the break.
The upcoming 2014 Strider game pulls from the whole of the platformer series with composer Michael John Mollo's soundtrack, and Capcom compares some of the new remixes to the originals in the clip after the jump.
Capcom has a few more peeks at the blazing-fast action of Strider via the trailer and screens after the jump, including a comparison of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions.