Breakneck City Review

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    Breakneck City is about an old-school beat-em-up with 3D graphics. Here is our Breakneck City Review.

    The game was developed by Renegade Sector Games, it was released on May 27, 2020, for PC and in 2022 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch where it was published by Eastasiasoft.

    Breakneck City’s story is mainly told with text boxes at the beginning of the levels, but the text was kind of unreadable and the text during the missions itself was readable, but reading it while also fighting some enemies was just a massive pain, so I honestly didn’t pay any attention to the story, but luckily with games like this, if you like the gameplay, that’s all you need.

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    The gameplay is your typical beat-em-up, just waves of enemies you need to get through to go to the end of the level, most of these games are semi-3D, but this one was fully 3D and had a lot of things you could use in battle. This is normally not a type of game I like, but I think this is a great game to try out to see if you like it before going into the bigger and more expensive games in this genre, and even I had a pretty fun time for a bit playing this game.

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    I wasn’t a big fan of the visuals, but at the same time it didn’t bother me, and after a few levels I got used to them. A few times I did have some trouble with the depth and not knowing if I could get behind some things, it was a bit annoying when I had low health but luckily at most of the harder spots in the game, there were respawn checkpoints.

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    It's a solid game that is best played with some time in between levels

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    It's a solid game that is best played with some time in between levelsBreakneck City Review