Strike Suit Zero System Requirements

Written by Andrew Moynihan on Thu, Jan 24, 2013 8:00 AM
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Its time to strap yourselves in and prepare for some full on robot action with the release of Strike Suit Zero!

Strike Suit Zero is available now from Gamersgate and Steam. This over the shoulder space blaster has you join the ranks of Mecha-space-jets, but lets take a look and see if you can run Strike Suit Zero system requirements...

Strike Suit Zero Minimum System Requirements

OS: Win XP 64-bit Service Pack 2+

CPU: Intel Core 2 DUO 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon7450 Dual Core

RAM: 4 GB

GPU: Geforce GTS 250 or Radeon HD 4800 series

DX: 11

HD: 3 GB Free Space

AUDIO: Any Stereo Sound Card

 

Strike Suit Zero Recommended System Requirements

OS: Win 7 Service Pack 1 64-bit

CPU: Quad Core Processors

RAM: 8 GB memory

GPU: ATI Radeon 5850 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560

DX: 11

HD: 3 GB Free Space

AUDIO: Any 5.1 Sound Card

We had a chat with Strike Suit Zero developers last year and this is how it went down.

Its certainly unusual to see a game wanting that much power, one of the first to require 8GB of RAM, but then this is a PC focused title with DX 11 a must. Interestingly it only takes 3GB of hard drive space.

Heres the latest Strike Suit Zero launch trailer as well

Don't forget you can see how your rig holds up by going straight to the Strike Suit Zero System Requirements page!

 

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13:32 Jan-25-2013

The last time I played something that had to do with space sim it was Star Wars Battlefront 2. Seems like a good job!

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08:58 Jan-28-2013

I loved the campaign in Battlefront 2 :)

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18:25 Jan-24-2013

WOW Only 3 Gbs but requires GTX 560

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17:27 Jan-24-2013

Wow this game looks gorgeous and it has a Gundam-ish feel to it in terms of fighting style and flight without all that unnecessary Humanization of the machine to make it more appealing to kids. I'm in Love! this is how u should make a Giant-fighting robot game!!!!!!!!!

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17:09 Jan-24-2013

My jaw is on the floor right now. That game looks beautiful! Can't believe I haven't heard of it until now. I gotta check this out :)

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15:41 Jan-24-2013

oh my god dx11 surely gonna buy this one ;)

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15:53 Jan-24-2013

Only because of DX11? :D

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07:31 Jan-25-2013

yes only because of dx11 i don't know why but i am so addicted to dx11 games ;)

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15:52 Jan-25-2013

Hey man you are some what like me. Thumbs Up

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10:43 Jan-26-2013

oh that's cool buddy ;)

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14:29 Jan-24-2013

lol 3 GB
even mario wud be larger than 3GB these days

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15:21 Jan-24-2013

as a hobby game developer i can tell you that the game size doesnt have to do anything with the quality. Its just how much game data is packed in the game, and since its a space game and not a game where you have terrains from jungle to desert, they dont need much space for data.

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17:36 Jan-24-2013

No need of space because of space which has empty space :P

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14:32 Feb-06-2013

oh kk thanks for the info and lol nice one emon tool

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12:00 Jan-24-2013

Geforce GTS 250 doesn't support DX11, so why is it on the minimum requirements :/

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12:40 Jan-24-2013

Thank you very much for telling us, but unfortunately these are the official stats. It just goes to show how the developers don't necessarily think about it, so having a proper resource for System requirements that make sense is a very handy thing to have!

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13:13 Jan-24-2013

This is not the first time. Even for BLOP2 being a DX11 only game recommends a 8800GT as a minimum, but people have been able to get the game running on DX10 GPUs so I wonder if the case is same for this :)

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18:51 Jan-25-2013

more than likely it has DX10 ability which isn't to difficult for DX11 to render as, so it can explain the 4800 Series and 250 GTS.

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11:22 Jan-24-2013

Wow 8gigs of ram are really going to be used for gaming these days...

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