When comparing Strike Suit Zero vs Space Pirate Trainer, the Slant community recommends Space Pirate Trainer for most people. In the question“What are the best VR games on Steam?” Space Pirate Trainer is ranked 7th while Strike Suit Zero is ranked 37th.
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Pro Excellent space combat
SSZ has a fast-paced, skill-based combat system that requires managing speed, position and weapons of the Strike Suit while keeping track of a large number of enemies. Getting rid of a certain number of enemies will transform the agile fighter into a powerful all-killing machine. There are a few levels in the beginning and the middle of the game that require piloting a typical fighter that help illustrate the power of the Suit as well as function as a welcome change of pace.
Pro Very fun
Pro Control is super intuitive
Being that the users view is controllable with their head, which frees up both hands to control the dual wielded pistols makes for a very intuitive and natural way to play a first person shooter. No longer do you have to have your guns in sight in order to shoot in the direction that you would like.
Con VR support for Oculus DK1 only
There are no plans announced to support anything beyond DK1.
Con Not a lot in the form of storytelling
The story is full of cliches, often heavy handed and ultimately insignificant.
Con Lacking gameplay variety
There is little variety to be found in the form of enemies and missions.
Con Very little depth
There is not much to do in the game other than shoot robots, it give a Space Invaders type feel, but in VR. This may change in the future since this is an early access game, but currently the game is pretty shallow.