Macross Meets Wing Commander in Strike Suit Zero, But It Needs Your Help
Not all Kickstarters are merely ideas. Born Ready Games has already put loads of work into their space combat game, Strike Suit Zero. They just need you to help them afford to actually finish it.
Originally announced over a year ago, Strike Suit Zero promises to bring back the space combat genre while taking inspiration from classics like Wing Commander, X-Wing, Freespace, and Colony Wars. But the Strike Suit you pilot during these large scale space battles is no ordinary ship. Like the Veritech/Variable fighters of Robotech and Macross, you can transform your ship into a humanoid mech allowing you an extra layer of combat and mobility options.
Ship design fuses eastern and western ideas thanks to the experienced hand of Junji Okubo (Appleseed: ExMachina, Infinite Space, Steel Battalion) and Paul Ruskay (Homeworld) is creating the games score complimented by a main theme by Kokia (Tales of Innocence).
Reward tiers for early backers can get a copy of the game for as low as $15 (normally $20). Higher tiers span everything from digital art-books and soundtracks to collaborating with Junji Okubo himself on your own mech design to be 3D printed into a custom figure.
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