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Video Game
Name
Strider
Nickname
US NES edition
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N/A
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Platform
NES
Release Developer
Media
Cartridge
Region
North America
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English
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Strider is set in a dystopian future in the year 2048, where a mysterious dictator known as the "Grandmaster" rules over the world. Hiryu, the youngest ever A-Class member of a organization of high-tech ninja-like agents known as the "Striders", is alone tasked with the Grandmaster's assassination. Hiryu begins his mission by infiltrating the Grandmaster's capital at the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic.

An NES version of Strider was released exclusively in North America a few months after the arcade version's release. This version was produced alongside the arcade game and follows the same plot as Moto Kikaku's tie-in manga. A Famicom version of the same game was planned in Japan, but canceled.

Source: Wikipedia, "Strider (arcade game)", available under the CC-BY-SA License.

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