Backbreaker Vengeance Review | ZTGD

Ken McKown Writes: When Backbreaker was released last year, I thought it had potential. The Euphoria engine was great at rendering tackles and animations, making for a smooth playing football game. There were a few issues, such as the QB camera and, of course, a lack of an NFL license, but it was surprisingly fun for what it was. Fast-forward to this year and 505 Games brings it back in bite-sized form with Backbreaker Vengeance. While some might be expecting a trimmed-down game of football, what we are given instead is a collection of obstacle courses that just happen to be centered in the realm of football.

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