Breakneck City Review :
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Today we are going to look at Breakneck City is a frenetic in-face retro-inspired brawler that seeks to pay homage to the likes of brawler classics such as final fight streets of rage and even golden axe to some extent.
Breakneck City Review: In the Breakneck City, you play as either Sydney flintlock or Justine jacobs in either solo or a local two-player co-op mode set across six different stages from city streets to a nightclub and even a fancy mansion breakneck city seeks to throw you right into the action punching, kicking, dodge, sliding and using your environment and weapons to pummel your opponents until defeated breakneck city’s story is quite simple and minimal in that you are really just trying to save your eponymous city as more specifically a famous film rental store in the city from being taken over by an evil corporation known as the dawn corporation and his thugs known as the ultra gang.
There are little text blurbs between stages and before challenging boss fights but in all the story here kinda takes a back seat mostly to just put in front the classic arcade brawler style action while I did enjoy my time with the game it’s certainly not without its flaws I sat down and completed the game in just around one hour going through all six stages defeating all of the bosses as well the final boss and seeing the credits roll all while trying out both characters who do unfortunately happen to just play exactly the same.
Breakneck City Review: After finishing the game there Wasnt no reason to return to it seeing that nothing new unlocked there aren’t any other difficulties and I had already wrapped up the light 80s inspired action story so in all, it was complete despite its very short length and lack of any rewards or real long-term value aside from going through the game again in two-player co-op the question remains was the game fun simply put yes
Breakneck City Review: I guess even any other arcade game from the 90s it’s filled with chiptune synthy and electronic beats and fits perfectly with the theme of this game the sound effects for punching and kicking your opponents was also satisfying and enjoyable and provided that extra oomph during fights as I said before the game did struggle with some technical and performance issues on PlayStation 4 namely with some frame rate stutters broken AI at times and just an overall jankiness to the way the controls worked despite those issues I still had fun with the game but do keep in mind it’s a very tough game and you will die a lot many times because of the technical issues. This game is available on Switch, Xbox One, Series X, S, PS4, PS5, and PC. That’s all guys and I hope you enjoy this review. Let’s give a comment your experience below section.