Born Ready Games has released the third developer diary of Strike Suit Zero, in which Paul Ruskay talks about his work on the Strike Suit Zero soundtrack, including his collaboration with Japanese singer-songwriter, Kokia. Strike Suit Zero looks amazingly cool and we are a bit puzzled with its – almost – non-existent coverage from other gaming sites. This game is for all those who enjoyed Transformers and love mech games, and we are pretty sure that there is a big PC crowd for such titles. After all, PC gamers were cursing everyone and were crying like little girls when High Moon Studios announced that its latest Transformers game would not be coming to the PC. So how come this title has passed unnoticed? Figures.
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