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Backbreaker Vengeance- Xbox 360

Backbreaker Vengeance- Xbox 360
alaScore 85

23 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and multi player mode, but some have doubts about the value for money.

action, multi player, gameplay

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Backbreaker Vengeance- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 23 reviews)

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Backbreaker Vengeance

 

The NFL franchise and all of its teams and players has been tightly held onto since John Madden first lent his support of the idea back in the late 80s. Then back in 2010, the makers of the groundbreaking animation engine Euphoria, NaturalMotion,...

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Review: Backbreaker Vengeance (XBLA)

 

Backbreaker Vengeance seems to be one of those ideas that is fueled by a development team that needs to get more out of a cool engine that they put together, but the main event it was used for did not sell all that well.  Backbreaker was a cool idea,...

There is fun to be found for a period of time with Backbreaker Vengeance, but over time, it all seems to blur together into a haze or repetition.  The game is a lot of fun in small bite sized chunks, but never amounts to much in the way of long lasting...

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Backbreaker Vengeance Review

 

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.

Great animations ; Supremacy mode with friends ; Lots of challenges

Modes offer little variety ; Price is a bit steep ; Some wonky collision issues

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...

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Backbreaker: Vengeance

 

Touchdown or Touchfrown, we decide...

Backbreaker Vengeance is stupid. You look at it and wonder where it’s come from. You also question why you’re having so much fun playing it. You shouldn’t like Backbreaker Vengeance. After all, marketing departments are constantly preaching how we...

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BackBreaker: Vengeance Review:

 

BackBreaker: Vengeance Review Xbox 360 (xbla) Arcade. The football market is hard to break into since EA Sports has the NCAA and NFL licenses covered and other publishers like 2k games have found out the hard way when their games have sub par s...

Backbreaker Vengeance is a great arcade style game that actually lets you play out the fun parts of what football is all about even if it is totally unrealistic. The visuals will appeal to anyone with an eye for detail as you slither your way around...

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Backbreaker Vengeance - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Back in the mid ‘90s we'd sometimes get the chance to catch late night highlights of sports from across the Big Pond. American Football is a game that few people follow here in the UK. The constant breaks and drawing out of all proceedings general...

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Backbreaker: Vengeance Review

 

Go long... longer. Keep going. Keep going....

All tackling, all the time; Tackle Alley goes deep; Go long with Vengeance; Supremacy is dastardly fun

Hit detection and matchmaking can sometimes be off

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Review: Backbreaker Vengeance (XBLA)

 

It isn't a full-on football simulation, but NaturalMotion's Backbreaker Vengeance is a solid -- if somewhat pricey -- showing that's worth a look from fans of the sport.

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Backbreaker: Vengeance Review

 

Realistic animations and a satisfying two-player mode make Backbreaker: Vengeance fun for a while, but that quickly fades away.

Eerily realistic animations ; Two-player competitions are lots of fun ; In-depth replays let you review the carnage

Action is ultimately too shallow to entertain for long ; Control and camera problems

It's a shame there isn't more depth to Vengeance because the core action is quite enjoyable. Putting football players through barbaric obstacle courses elicits sadistic thrills, and a handy replay feature lets you review the events in excruciating...

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Backbreaker Vengeance Review

 

Backbreaker takes a step back from its retail beginnings to create a new kind of downloadable experience. But this isn't arcade football.

Anyone hoping for an arcade football experience won’t find what they’re looking for here; this is no NFL Blitz. Backbreaker Vengeance provides a few rounds of fun, but the control problems, price point, and lack of variety and real football stand as...

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