Strider 2 Coming to PS3, PSP and Vita Next Week

By   /   Oct 2, 2014

Capcom Unity has announced via twitter that its popular title Strider 2 will be making its way to North American PSN store on 7th of October, and you will be able to play it on your PSP, PS Vita or PS3.


Strider 2 was originally released on Arcades in 1999, and then in the following year, the game made its way to PlayStation 1.

People who have played the game before would be happy to hear this news, as they now have a chance to play it once again and relive their childhood memories.

Japanese magazine Famitsu, upon Strider 2 release gave it a score of 30 out of 40, which was pretty decent for the game.

The game  is basically a platformer, in which you will be able to use different kinds of moves that are available at the disposal of the protagonist Hiryu.

You will be able to take a trip down the memory lane, when Strider 2 launches on PSP, PS Vita and PS3 next week.

Are you looking forward to play the game after all these years? Let us know in your comments!

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