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Phantom Breaker: Omnia gameplay

Phantom Breaker: Omnia has made it to Switch, and gameplay from the 2D fighter is available. Fans can check out 25 minutes of footage.

For more on Phantom Breaker: Omnia, read the following overview:

Mages today released a fifth trailer for Anonymous;Code, its science-fiction visual novel. It offers up another look at the upcoming Switch title.

Anonymous;Code, which saw its original announcement for Nintendo’s console in 2017, was last planned for Fall 2021, but that ultimately didn’t happen. Mages has instead been using the extra time to improve the game’s quality.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia launch trailer

With Phantom Breaker: Omnia reaching Switch, a new launch trailer has come in for the game. Publisher Rocket Panda Games and developer Mages are providing another look at the 2D anime fighter.

We have more information about Phantom Breaker: Omnia below.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia review

System: Switch
Release date: March 15, 2022
Developer: Mages
Publisher: Rocket Panda Games

Phantom Break: Omnia comes at a time when I believe there’s a resurgence of fighting games that not only revel in creativity and content, but take pride in bringing in a wider audience as to not feel left out. This doesn’t just mean making it easier to button mash – because accessibility does not equate to that – but the combos themselves and the understanding of the inputs have become streamlined and much more logical. Now with Phantom Breaker: Omnia, the game thankfully finds an incredible sweet spot of keeping things equal parts fun and approachable for all sorts of players while still retaining that exhilarating feeling and rush for those that want to excel in their style and focus on more ranked, competitive play.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia Kurisu

Phantom Breaker: Omnia has received another character trailer focusing on Kurisu, a guest from the visual novel series Steins;Gate. Trina Nishimura handles the role in English while Asami Imai is doing the Japanese voiceover.

Continue on below for some background information on Kurisu, as provided by the official website:

It looks like Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack is coming to Switch on October 8, 2022 in the states. This release date was leaked by the Canadian retailer VideoGamesPlus, who posted a listing for an exclusive steelbook edition of the game localized for the west (spotted by Gematsu). 

Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack was teased to be coming to the west with English localization last month, but now this seems like a good confirmation that is coming and will be launching on October 8, 2022 with a physical edition. The price for the game is listed as $64.99 CAD (roughly $50 USD).

Expect an official announcement soon, and more information about this game can be found below.

phantom breaker omnia physical

Thanks to Limited Run Games, Phantom Breaker: Omnia is now confirmed for physical release.

Two different versions are planned. Alongside a standard version, fans will be able to get their hands on a collector’s edition. The latter release comes with a physical copy of the game, special box, original soundtrack, art book, acrylic standee, M’s Bunny Plus, and character enamel pin set.

Phantom Breaker Omnia Rimi

A new character trailer is in for Phantom Breaker: Omnia with a look at Rimi. Carrie Savage is the English voice and Eri Kitamura is handling the role in Japanese.

Here’s a bit of background information on Rimi as shared by the official website:

Phantom Breaker Omnia Fin

We have another trailer for Phantom Breaker: Omnia, and this time around, we have a video specifically for Fin. Monica Rial is voicing the character in English and Tomoko Kaneda is taking care of the role in Japanese.

Thanks to the official website, we have a bit of background information about Fin. Read her official bio below. 

Phantom Breaker Omnia Tokiya

Phantom Breaker: Omnia has received its latest character trailer, with Rocket Panda Games and Mages deciding to focus on Tokiya. Matthew Mercer plays the role in English while Eiji Miyashita is handling the Japanese voiceover.

Here’s a bit of background information about Tokiya, as provided by the official website:

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