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This game came out today on Steam http://store.steampowered.com/app/234160/

It's strange that it would come out there and not here when GOG already has Strike Suit Zero, it might come later, but why would they let Steam get the running start?

But most of all I find it strange that it exists, I never heard of it and it never showed up under Steam's list of upcoming games, and from what it says it's just a series of trial missions and competing for high scores. I liked the first but never got around to playing much of it and, frankly, this seems like something that probably should have been part of the original release to begin with so I won't be getting it. Don't know if any of you guys think differently.
"Strike Suit Infinity is a frantic high score chaser where your skill is the only thing that matters. Whatever combat experience you have had so far is considered irrelevant. There is no end to the enemies you will face. There is no winning. There is only the fight for survival."

Pretty much says it all. Kill as many things as you can and get the highest score. And yes this type of thing should really be included as part of the main game.No comment from devs about GOG
Hi,

Strike Suit Infinity is basically standalone DLC, at a DLC price. I don't see any disadvantage to it being available to those who don't own Strike Suit Zero, we just wanted people to be able to play it without needing the original game (and who knows, maybe after playing Infinity they'd be interested in buying Zero).

There's actually a fair amount of content, and a bit more to it than just killing waves. It's split up into 18 unique rounds (which each consist of a number of waves), and you earn credits to spend on reinforcements to bring with you into the following round so there's a tactical element to it. You also get access to the two DLC Strike Suits (Raptor and Marauder), and it has some new enemies exclusive to Infinity.

We hadn't initially planned a GOG release because it's heavily integrated with the Steam leaderboards. In fact, we're not even sure if GOG themselves would be too keen on letting us release a leaderboards-based game that has the leaderboards stripped out...

Regards,
Stanith
http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/strike_suit_infinity
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Stanith: Hi,

Strike Suit Infinity is basically standalone DLC, at a DLC price. I don't see any disadvantage to it being available to those who don't own Strike Suit Zero, we just wanted people to be able to play it without needing the original game (and who knows, maybe after playing Infinity they'd be interested in buying Zero).

There's actually a fair amount of content, and a bit more to it than just killing waves. It's split up into 18 unique rounds (which each consist of a number of waves), and you earn credits to spend on reinforcements to bring with you into the following round so there's a tactical element to it. You also get access to the two DLC Strike Suits (Raptor and Marauder), and it has some new enemies exclusive to Infinity.

We hadn't initially planned a GOG release because it's heavily integrated with the Steam leaderboards. In fact, we're not even sure if GOG themselves would be too keen on letting us release a leaderboards-based game that has the leaderboards stripped out...

Regards,
Stanith
If it's quality content, I can live without leaderboards. Maybe knock the price down a dollar or two for the GOG version to make up for the lack of that feature. We chose to purchase Strike Suit Zero here for a reason and we shouldn't have to go elsewhere for the rest of the content, standalone or not.
Post edited May 04, 2013 by Barry_Woodward