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Release Mar/01/2010
Last Modified Jul/26/2010
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Why is your character always so unbalanced compared to the enemy?
Why are your reinforcements always so weak?
Why do your rivals only throw themselves at you in wave after wave?

PEACE BREAKER takes these questions head-on in a unique game that places you and your enemies on an even scale.

Diverging plot lines. 4 different endings. Over 20 missions. Can you find them all?

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RJ057759.zip / 46.89MB (49167866Byte)
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Pick Up !Remember Target E*rth?

Feb/19/2014  By xexedTop : 5 Reviewer

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Your Game Creaters specializes in recreating classic games. Their other title here, Near Fantasy Space, does a fantastic job of making a game like Fantasy Z*ne. With Peace Breaker they have made a game in the sidescrolling action mecha category (much like Target E*rth on the Sega Genesis) and they have done a very good job overall. The graphics are very well done and I'm happy the game offers a full-screen mode with very smooth scrolling graphics. My only complaint is the difficulty, which is punishing to say the least. I remember Target E*rth being hard, but this seems even harder! Still fun!

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