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Backbreaker: Vengeance review (XBLA)
8 years ago

Backbreaker: Vengeance review (XBLA)

Backbreaker: Vengeance was developed by NaturalMotion Games and published by 505 Games. It was released on June 29, 2011 for 1200 MSP. A copy of the game was provided for review purposes.

Backbreaker: Vengeance is a spin off from last year’s retail release that emphasizes on the mini game aspect. You have three modes to choose from: Tackle Alley, where you run the ball through an obstacle course; Vengeance, where you are the defender trying to stop the runner from scoring; and Supremacy, which pits you against three other ball runners to be the highest scorer. Once you pick your player, it is time to run through these different gauntlets racking up the most points possible by stringing together score pick-ups and special moves like jukes and spins on your run to the end zone.

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Backbreaker: Vengeance release trailer
8 years ago

Backbreaker: Vengeance release trailer

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The high energy trailer shows the hard hitting, tackles and gives a peek at the blow by blow gameplay of more than 350 waves of action over 70 challenges.

Backbreaker: Vengeance coming with a hard hit to your Microsoft Points
8 years ago

Backbreaker: Vengeance coming with a hard hit to your Microsoft Points

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505 Games has been hyping their new iteration of Backbreaker: Vengeance, a former iOS game revamped for Xbox Live Arcade. This new iteration adds a few new features …
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Backbreaker: Vengeance is different from football
8 years ago

Backbreaker: Vengeance is different from football

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Last year 505 Games and NaturalMotion released Backbreak, there first installment into the football genre. Though football is not new to consoles, the point was to stand out by …
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Backbreaker: Vengeance Due to Hit XBLA This Summer
8 years ago

Backbreaker: Vengeance Due to Hit XBLA This Summer

After Backbreacker 2: Vengeance was released on mobile devices to great acclaim it was obvious that the guys at 505 Games had a great small scale idea on there …
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