Breakdown Xbox

  • Publisher: Namco
  • Release Date: Mar 16, 2004
Breakdown Image
Metascore
71

Mixed or average reviews - based on 62 Critics

User Score
8.3

Generally favorable reviews- based on 18 Ratings

Summary: Trapped inside a mysterious laboratory and unable to remember his past, Derrick Cole discovers his extraordinary powers as he fights for survival against a determined military faction and a legion of seemingly invincible superhuman warriors. Breakdown is a science fiction thriller combining the best elements of shooters and fighters into a comprehensive first-person action adventure game. High-end, real-time rendered graphics reveal Breakdown's intense storyline and brings an unprecedented level of realism to the gameplay experience. The game features fierce hand-to-hand and weapons-based combat, challenging puzzles, surreal dream sequences, advanced AI, and massive, detailed environments for exploration.
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Rating: M
Developer: Namco
Genre(s): Action Adventure, Horror
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Blood and Gore Intense Violence
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1
Resolution:480p
Cast Credit
ZRO Limit Productions English Voices Produced By
Magnitude 8 Post Recording Facility
Animaze..iNC. English Voice Recording
Joe Romersa Voice Director
Yoshihito Yano Music Composer
Yoshinori Kawamoto Music Composer
Masahide Kito Screenplay
Christopher Corey Smith Additional Voices (Voice: English Version) (Uncredited)
Tom Wyner Additional Voices (Voice: English Version) (Uncredited)
Bob Papenbrook First Lieutenant Gianni De Luca (Voice: English Version) (Uncred
Masataka Shimono Lead Character Designer
Nae Ikezawa Character Designer
Hirofumi Kami Producer
Yutaka Kounoe Assistant Producer
Masafumi Shibano Director
TRUSTcompany Singers Of Song "Take It All"
Jim Taggert Additional Voices (Voice: English Version) (Uncredited)
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Awards & Rankings

#39 Most Discussed Xbox Game of 2004
#57 Most Shared Xbox Game of 2004