New Backbreaker trailer is actual in-game footage

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Backbreaker hasn't been delayed into oblivion just yet but it has been a while since we were first introduced to the euphoria motion synthesizing behemoth. 505 games, the most recent hands in the Backbreaker cookie jar, has released a new trailer which is a goo thing seeing how the game is set to come out in the next 6 months. The press release needs some updated language though. Somewhere in the past two years the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 transitioned from next-generation to current-generation.
505 Games today released new in-game footage for Backbreaker, the next generation football video game for a new generation of football fans. Boasting fierce, competitive action and an endless variety of unique football moments, Backbreaker is how football was meant to be played on next-gen consoles. Redefining the football video game genre with stunning on-field camera views, realistic animations and an unrelenting rush of explosive tackles, Backbreaker hits Xbox 360™ and PlayStation®3 in Spring 2010.

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 in Spring 2010. For more information, please visit the official Web site at:
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