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Backbreaker Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Backbreaker is the first football game with truly interactive tackles. By utilizing the motion synthesis engine, euphoria, players will never make the same tackle twice, giving them an intensely unique experience every time they play the game.
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    First Look: Backbreaker

    X-Play

    X-Play chats with NaturalMotion's CEO Torsten Reil about the upcoming sports sim Backbreaker.

    Posted: Aug 27, 2008 | 4,131 Views | 02:19 | 1 Comment


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    Backbreaker Trailer: "How Does It Feel?"

    Here's the trailer for NaturalMotion's upcoming football title, utilizing their Euphoria engine, 'Backbreaker' for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

    Posted: Aug 4, 2008 | 2,950 Views | 01:24 | 3 Comments


  • Backbreaker Review

    Posted: June 22, 2010

    11,795 Views | 02:43

  • Backbreaker - Game Modes

    Posted: June 1, 2010

    8,043 Views | 04:38

  • Backbreaker Defense Tutorial Trailer

    Posted: May 24, 2010

    2,327 Views | 02:27

  • Backbreaker Passing Game Tutorial Trailer

    Posted: May 17, 2010

    3,415 Views | 01:46

  • Backbreaker Running Game Tutorial Trailer

    Posted: May 11, 2010

    3,356 Views | 01:53

 


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