Strike Suit Zero is composed of highs and lows. The lows can be found in the story, which is intriguing, but it's hard to tell a compelling tale from behind the eyes of a fighter jet's afterburners. The highs can be found in the intense combat complemented by a strong visual aesthetic and sounds.
Strike Suit Zero does have very competent controls and attention to flight sims with options to tweak yaw, pitch and roll, but not before long the Strike Suit itself will be introduced and you'll be flipping back and forth between a ship and a battle mech. This makes gameplay feel a bit like a mixture between Ace Combat and Omega Boost, or, as some of you may know it, Robotech. But with the strong sense of individuality through visual direction and fluid controls, Strike Suit Zero has introduced itself as a quality title to enter the ranks of those classic examples of flight, combat and mechanized glorious battle.