DescriptionIn the distant future, the Earth is ruled by a group of people who call themselves "The Order". Many disasters have plagued the planet, and after many wars, misery, and death, the Order controls people's lives and deprives them of their freedom. A rebel organization has been formed, seeking to overthrow the Order and whoever else might be behind their rise to power. Somewhere in the depths of a ruined Town Hall, a group of people who oppose the Order's regime welcome a lone wanderer to become the one who will free the Earth from terror.
Strife is a plot-driven first-person shooter that uses the Doom engine. Rather than taking the player through a linear series of levels, the game offers a continuous world with free-roaming elements and a central "hub" (the town), which the player can visit between missions and explore. Although there are no true role-playing elements in the game, it has several features rarely seen in contemporary FPSs: there are "friendly" areas where there are no enemies but people to talk to, stores where new equipment can be bought, and taverns where the latest gossip is told. The player can also purchase upgrades that permanently increase the player character's health bar.
The game has a branching storyline with a few paths that lead to three different endings. These paths are determined by a decision the player makes during the course of the plot.
- "Strife: Trust No One" -- Tag-lined title
- "Strife: Quest for the Sigil" -- In-game title
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The Press Says
|Jeuxvideo.com||Jul 05, 2012||16 out of 20||80|
|Coming Soon Magazine||Jul 16, 1996||80 out of 100||80|
|PC Games||Aug, 1996||B||75|
|GamersHell.com||Sep 16, 2000||7.5 out of 10||75|
|Joystick (French)||Oct, 1996||70 out of 100||70|
|GameSpot||Jun 27, 1996||7 out of 10||70|
|Computer Games Magazine||1996||70|
|Power Play||Jul, 1996||65 out of 100||65|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Aug, 1996||60|
|Reset||Jun, 1997||6 out of 10||60|
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TriviaAds in US PC gaming magazines displayed review scores for the game-- 82% from PC Gamer, and 3/5 from Computer Gaming World. These are respectable but less-than-fantastic scores, so seems a bit odd that Velocity would choose to display these so prominently.
Related Web Sites
- Crapshoot (A humorous review on PC Gamer)
- Strife FAQs (GameFaqs FAQ and Walkthroughs)
- Strife - Wikipedia (More history about this game)