Submitted by GamePodunk 785d ago | review

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Review | Game Podunk

GP: "Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds is a very fun hidden gem of the beat 'em up ilk. With some deep fighting mechanics and an enjoyable fast-pace, it comes highly recommended despite some noticeable shortcomings." (Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds, Xbox 360) 8/10

setaimx  +   785d ago
It's surprising how much it resembles the Scott Pilgrim game, yet it was made by a different developer. In any case, nice to see that it's a quality beat 'em up.
TheLiztress  +   785d ago
Looks like it would be a fun game. I wish it would come out for the PSN.
gaiages  +   784d ago
I really thought it was a Scott Pilgrim rip-off... but I'm certainly wrong. And the skill system looks awesome... I'll have to pick it up sometime, now. :)
masteroftheclaw  +   784d ago
I am curious why and how this "spinoff" came out before the actual game it was based off of. Regardless, it has a fun art style and is one I want to check out.

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