Learn the passing game of Backbreaker

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505 Games is doing a good job of showing gamers what to expect from their upcoming football game, Backbreaker.  The latest video (posted below) explains how the passing game will work.  It's completely different than what we are used to with the Madden series.  Do you like the changes they are making enough to give Backbreaker a try?  We're only a month away from the June 1 release date.


In the third video in the "Backbreaker Training Camp" series, 505 Games and NaturalMotion today revealed how players can perfect their passes in the soon-to-be released groundbreaking football video game.

Backbreaker's intuitive control scheme maps player movement to the left stick and passing mechanics to the right stick. The all-new video demonstrates how these simplified controls help players scan the field to read the coverage and complete the perfect pass. A quick flick of the right stick results in a bullet pass, while pressing down and up lofts the ball over the defense.

Reading the action on the field will help players to avoid interceptions. By holding the left trigger to activate Backbreaker's focus mode, players have the ability to hone in on a specific receiver. Evoking true-to-life tactical decision making, strategy will be an important element for players to consider; although passes are thrown with maximum precision in focus mode, players will be less likely to see the lineman hurling towards them for a sack.

Players can go for a first down when Backbreaker ships for Xbox 360™ and PlayStation®3 on June 1, 2010 for an MSRP of $49.99.

About Backbreaker
Backbreaker breaks the mold of traditional football video games with realistic, physics-based motion AI, crisp high-definition graphics and a camera angle that follows the perspective of the player. Backbreaker is the first sports video game to feature NaturalMotion's acclaimed Euphoria motion synthesis engine, offering intense gameplay, dazzling graphics and an endless variety of unique sacks and tackles.

Backbreaker includes online multiplayer and split-screen multiplayer modes. The game welcomes newcomers to the genre with its intuitive pick-up-and-play Arcade Mode control scheme, while seasoned players can go head-to-head in the game's more challenging Pro Mode that turns off AI and visual assists. In addition, the game features total team customization including a fully featured logo editor.

Backbreaker will be available for Xbox 360™ and PlayStation®3 on June 1, 2010. For more information, please visit the official website at: http://www.backbreakergame.com.
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