The Riftbreaker Review

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The Riftbreaker reviewed by Travis Northup on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The Riftbreaker is a fantastic blend of real-time strategy and bullet hell combat that provides an intense challenge and an addictive RPG loop. Its story and characters are aggressively forgettable and its numerous bugs leave it feeling a bit unpolished, but it succeeds at so much during its 50-hour campaign that I’ll remember it for a long time to come… once I recover from the various panic attacks it induced.

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