This article is a quick list of all games in the Strider series, as well as crossover games that feature the characters and settings of the series.
- Strider (CPS-1). Released March 1989 for Arcades. Ported to the following:
- Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, PC-DOS. Released September/October 1989. Developed by Tiertex, published by U.S. Gold. Only released in Europe.
- Mega Drive/Sega Genesis. Released September 1990. Developed internally by Sega.
- Master System. Released 1991. Developed by Tiertex, published by Sega. Not released in Japan.
- Sharp X68000. Released November 1992. Only released in Japan.
- PC Engine. Released September 1994. Developed by Dice Creative, published by NEC Avenue. Includes brand-new cutscenes, an extra stage and red audio quality soundtrack. Only released in Japan.
- PlayStation. Released February 2000 (bundled with Strider 2) and 2006 (as part of the Capcom Gamebooks series). Developed by Use Corporation.
- PlayStation Portable. Released March 2006 as part of Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. Not released in Japan.
- PlayStation 2 and Xbox. Released November 2006 as part of Capcom Classics Collection Volume 2. Not released in Japan.
- Mobile phones. Released February 2010. Taken down in March 2018. Only released in Japan.
- Wii Virtual Console. Released November 2011, taken down in January 2019.
- PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Portable. Released August 2014 via PlayStation Network as part of Strider 2.
- Nintendo Switch. Released February 2021 as part of Capcom Arcade Stadium. Released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 2021.
- iOS and Android. Released July 2021 via the au Smart Pass Premium Classic Games service, exclusively on Japan.
- Also included in the following retro mini consoles: Retro-Bit Generations 2 (2017, Japan exclusive), Super Retro-Cade (2017, English exclusive), Arcade1UP (2018, English exclusive), Mega Drive Mini/Sega Genesis Mini (2019, America, Europe and Asia versions only), Capcom Home Arcade (2019, Europe exclusive)
- Strider (NES). Released July 1989 in America only.
- Strider (Tiger Handheld). Released 1990 in America only. A handheld game based on the NES Strider.
- Game Boy Advance. Released September 2006 as part of Capcom Classics Mini Mix, in America only.
- Also included in the following retro mini consoles: Super Retro-Cade (2017, English exclusive), Go! Retro Portable (2018, English exclusive).
- Strider II. Released 1990 for Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC. Licensed by Capcom USA, developed by Tiertex, published by U.S. Gold. Ported to the following:
- Master System. Released April 1993 in Europe only.
- Mega Drive/Sega Genesis. Released March 1993 in America and Europe only. Fully titled Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns in America.
- Game Gear. Released August 1993 in America and Europe only. Titled Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns in all territories.
- Strider 2. Released December 1999 for Arcades. Ported to the following:
- PlayStation. Released February 2000. Published by Virgin Interactive in Europe.
- PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita. Released August 2014 via PlayStation Network. PlayStation Portable version taken down July 2021 following the retirement of its digital store.
- Strider (2014). Released February 2014 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC via Steam, all digitally. Physical version for PlayStation 3 only in Japan. Developed by Double Helix Games and Capcom.
- Strider Hiryu for the Famicom, Japanese version of Strider (NES).
- Untitled multiplayer sequel project for Arcades in early 1990s'.
- Untitled series reboot/remake by GRiN Studio in 2008.
- Unproduced 2010 Strider title with artwork by UDON Entertainment.
- Run Saber. Released June 1993 for Super Nintendo by Horisoft. Not released in Japan.
- Osman. Released February 1996 for Arcades by Mitchell Corp.
- Moon Diver. Released March 2011 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 by Square-Enix.
- Adventure Quiz series
- Marvel vs. Capcom series
- Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. Released January 1998 for Arcades, and later ported to Sega Saturn and PlayStation.
- Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes. Released February 2000 for Arcades, and later ported to Sega Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and iOS.
- Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Released November 2011 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PlayStation Vita, later released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
- Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Released September 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.
- Namco X (cross) series
- Other appearances
- SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters. Series of trading card games between Capcom and SNK. Three entries. Released between 1999 and 2006.
- Capcom Fighting All-Stars. Cancelled 2002 3D fighting game.
- Dragon's Dogma Quest. Card-based spin-off released July 2013 for mobiles and PlayStation Vita.
- Street Fighter × All Capcom. Character card game released November 2013 for mobiles phones.
- Monster Hunter Generations. Released July 2016. Includes Hiryu's Cypher and uniform in a DLC promotion.
- Street Fighter V. Released February 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PC. The season 2 character Zeku is inspired by Hiryu in both design and animations.
- Capcom Super League Online. Cancelled 2018 Korean-developed turn-based strategy game.
- TEPPEN. Card-based video game released July 2019 for Android and iOS. The 2021 expansion update "A Dark Agenda" introduces the Strider series to the game.
- See also: References and inspirations
|Strider video game series|
|Strider (Home computers • Mega Drive • Master System • PC Engine • Sharp X68000 • PlayStation • Mobile)|
Strider (NES) • Strider II/Returns • Strider 2 • Strider (2014)
Compilations • Crossovers • Related Games
|Hiryu • Grandmaster Meio • Solo • Kuniang M.A. Team|
Tong Pooh • Hien • General Mikiel • Ouroboros
|Striders • Cypher • Climb Sickle • Options • Kazakh Federation|
Anti-Gravity Device/Gravitron • Mecha Pon • Flying Battleship Balrog • The Third Moon
|Capcom • Moto Kikaku • Tiertex Design Studios • Double Helix Games|
Isuke • Patariro • Other key staff • Strider Hiryu (Manga) • Capcom Gamebooks
Merchandise • Soundtracks