Phantom Breaker is an odd series, with the original game missing multiple English release dates before disappearing entirely, along with its publisher. Now, eight years later, a new publisher is bringing an updated version of the forgotten fighting game to the West, titled Phantom Breaker: Omnia.
Rocket Panda Games are the ones tackling this release, a brand new publisher that seems to be going all out with Omnia. This release will include more characters, balance changes, improved visuals, and even an impressive English voice cast.
Phantom Breaker: Omnia is planned for release in 2021 on PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and Steam, with a physical version being handled by Limited Run Games. More info can be found on the Rocket Panda Games website.
An overview of Phantom Breaker: Omnia via Rocket Panda Games:
20 Character Roster!
Includes all the characters and guest characters from Phantom Breaker: Extra like Kurisu Makise from Steins;Gate and two brand new characters created specifically for Phantom Breaker: Omnia.
Choose from 3 different fighting styles: Quick, Hard, and Omnia!
The 3 different styles in the game can drastically change your characters’ speed, power, and mechanics.
Retuned and Rebalanced!
The ability to pull off amazing combos and special attacks has never been easier as Phantom Breaker: Omnia’s fighting system has been overhauled and rebalanced.
Dual Language Audio and more!
A Phantom Breaker series first, all the characters will have English voice acting. The game’s text will be also translated into English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
Modern, Remixed Soundtrack!
The background music for each character has been redone and remixed with the option to play the original background music.
The Complete Experience!
Players can immerse themselves with the stories from both the original Phantom Breaker and Phantom Breaker: Extra.
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