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Strider Video: Rad Retro Soundtrack Comparison

The latest news about Capcom’s Strider  is a video from Capcom-Unity that compares the classic soundtrack of the original game with the remixed tracks in the remake.

Capcom-Unity’s GregaMan introduces us to some select tracks from the original Strider’s soundtrack. While these songs are awesome 8-bit classics, the remixed versions for the new Strider sound pretty epic. The tracks compared are Kazakh Theme, Egypt Theme, Raid, Siberian Tunnel and Coup. Watch the video above to see how the remixes fare when compared to the originals.

You can also go to the Capcom-Unity site to find out how you can get your hands on a stylish Strider postcard straight from Japan. Strider will be released in 2014 for the PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Next: NYCC 13: Strider Preview

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