Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars Alternatives

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Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars

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Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars is an Action, Arcade, Single-player and Multiplayer Mecha-style Shooting video game developed and published by Sega for PS4. The game incorporates challenging gameplay, and it puts you in control of a robot who needs to battle against foes to earn points… read more
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Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars Alternatives & Similar Games on Steam

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1. Trailblazers

Trailblazers is a Single-player and Multiplayer Racing video game available to play on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. The game takes place in a futuristic environment where the player has a chance to enjoy the life of a driver. It is considering the high-speed racing video game, offering similar gameplay to F-Zero and Wipeout. There are up to eight different racers available, and each one has a unique vehicle with varied capabilities.

At the start, the player has to choose one of eight vehicles from available and customize the appearance by selecting the color and more. Each race supports up to three racers, and the player who crosses the finish line first will win the game. In the game, the player explores the beautiful colorful world from a third-person perspective to experience the real co-op gameplay. Trailblazers include exciting features such as Split Screen Modes, 3v3 Races, Multiple Modes, and more.

More About Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars

Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars is an Action, Arcade, Single-player and Multiplayer Mecha-style Shooting video game developed and published by Sega for PS4. The game incorporates challenging gameplay, and it puts you in control of a robot who needs to battle against foes to earn points.

Both Single-player and Multiplayer modes are there, and the game revolves around two teams of ten different robots fighting against each other across various landscapes, including facilities, towns, and cities. In the game, the ultimate of the player in each map is to smash the energy reactor core of the opposing team to win.

At the end of the match, the game rewards the player with a clash point to level up the abilities of the player. During the gameplay, the player can move from a third-person viewpoint, and his ultimate goal is to slay enemies using the advanced weapons and reach to new stages.

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