Complex battle arenas.
Hardcore players will enjoy the challenge.
Steep learning curve.
Crashing into structures can be frustrating.
Lack of matchmaking makes finding a game a chore.
By Strategy Informer on February 13, 2014
Strike Vector is best described as an aerial arena-based shooter in which a selection of ridiculously quick futuristic spacecraft do battle with each other for territory or kills. If you think of an old-school title like Descent and cross it with...80
By IGN on February 12, 2014
Strike Vector is a good online dogfighting shooter with floating industrial levels that look great. The developers - aptly named Ragequit - focused on the big picture, which is wonderfully captured dogfights between megabots, but they've neglected to tie all its complex pieces together with a useful tutorial.77
By Polygon on February 12, 2014
It's impressive that a small team has managed such a successfully punishing arena shooter in 2014. Strike Vector is fast, mechanically sophisticated and fun. I enjoyed my time with it, but it's not sitting at the forefront of my mind the way other more involved shooters have. As successful as it can be in flight, Ragequit can't quite stick the landing.70
By GameSpot on February 10, 2014
Each time you quit the game, an exit splash screen reminds you that future content is free, and the first such drop is promised for February 28. I'll fill the time until then learning how to stop crashing into the very pretty walls.70
By GameSpot on February 07, 2014
Strike Vector is a terrible name. It's an ugly, meaningless pairing of words, vaguely aggressive and speciously technical. What does it tell about the experience in this multiplayer sci-fi dogfighter? Presumably, things will be struck. Usually...-
By PCGamer on February 03, 2014
I play a lot of shooters, and most of them have left me kind of numb lately, so Strike Vector was worth my time for its novel concepts alone. It looks amazing, and while I lose far more than I win, those wins are satisfying enough to keep me coming back for more punishment. I hope Ragequit brings order to the disarray surrounding the combat, which deserves to be experienced.70
By SpazioGames on February 03, 2014
Strike Vector è un titolo un po' rozzo, dotato di contenuti limitatissimi e solo competitivo, ma, se aspettavate da anni un arena shooter fatto come si deve, potete finalmente smettere di cercare. Il titolo Ragequit ha un sistema di controllo stratosferico.85
By HookedGamers on February 01, 2014
Those who excel at this game will find it an addictive rush. Everyone else, however, will be left in the dust, baffled and overwhelmed by the punishing difficulty and the general lack of reward.65
By TPReview on February 01, 2014
Anyone interested in competitive shooters at all should give it a look as for £18.99 you’re getting one of the most refreshing and exciting games we’ve ever played. Hopefully the devs will stay true to their word and keep the new content coming.90
By KillScreen on February 01, 2014
But Strike Vector will not hold your hand or really clue you in on anything; all that physicality and beauty will be used to show you spiraling out of control and into some floating oil tanker.63