Halo: Spartan Strike (Windows) Reviews

  • VahliyaVahliya592,412
    16 May 2015 19 May 2015
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    Halo: Spartan Strike is the second game to be released in the top-down, twin-stick Spartan series developed by Vanguard Games. Purchasing a copy for Windows 8/8.1 or for Windows Phone will grant you a copy on the other platform.

    This review will go over the following:
    Gameplay; Controls, Singleplayer Campaign, Spartan Ops.
    Atmosphere; Visuals, Audio.

    If you plan on leaving negative feedback, please state your reason in the comments so that I can improve this review as well as my other reviews.

    Spartan Strike takes places around the events of Halo 4, following the main character, an unidentified Spartan IV, as he undergoes combat simulations that initially take him back to The Battle of New Mombasa during Halo 2 (2552), leading up to The Battle of Installation 003 and The Battle of New Phoenix (2557). During these simulations he replaces the ODST squad and Headhunters that were actually there, fighting Covenant and Promethean forces with an arsenal of weapons, abilities and vehicles in order to save Earth and Humanity.

    Gameplay 24/30
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    Atmosphere 17/20
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    Achievements 7/10
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    Spartan Strike, despite being short and having barely any replay value, is a fun-filled game for casual gamers and Halo fans alike, with some rather easy achievements thrown in to the mix.

    Total Rating - 48/60
    Percentage - 78%
    Stars - 4/5
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    xstevezGood review, though you don't need the spoiler tags unless you thought it looked too long without them. You can also use an X1 controller to play the game, just need the usb cable.
    Posted by xstevez on 17 May 15 at 03:13
    VahliyaThank you for the feedback, I just use the spoiler tags to clean it up a bit. I'll make sure to add that in now, thank you again :)
    Posted by Vahliya on 17 May 15 at 07:46
    RLB HypnoticI thought there were 30 missions. 6 missions each in A-E.
    Posted by RLB Hypnotic on 19 May 15 at 16:32
    VahliyaThank you for the correction there.
    Posted by Vahliya on 19 May 15 at 16:40