Phantom Breaker Gets An Official Artbook In The U.S.

By Ishaan . March 12, 2014 . 4:22pm

Publlisher Udon have released Phantom Breaker: Official Visual Works, an art book based on the Phantom Breaker fighting game. The book contains character designs, pin-ups, a pull-out poster, commentary and interviews with the game’s development staff.


Phantom Breaker: Official Visual Works weighs in at 112 pages. It costs $39.99 and is available now. (As always, Amazon have it available for cheaper.)


You can preview a few pages from the book below.




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  • NeoStrayCat

    Hmm, a stealth release?, well, even though the 1v1 fighter still hasn’t come out overseas yet, at least there’s something else to look forward to (the artbook now in English). In relation, PB:BG is already or about to be released on the Vita in JP (also on JP PSN store too.), so there’s more to look forward to. :3

  • DarkLight

    “Phantom breaker(Anime styled) game gets official artbook Me:looks at tag….Xbox 360….0.0….

    • benhofb

      Well, there is also a Vita port and IIRC a PS3 one as well… Just not in the states (yet).

      • re_z9

        Looks like it is available via the Hong Kong and Singapore Xbox marketplace. No idea if those marketplace versions are region unlocked like the physical version.

        • kepgamer

          Been trying to get my hand on it but being locked out so maybe.

  • Weskalia .

    I has the original artbook and it’s friggin’ awesome. It has some “nice” shots in it.

    “Cure to the illness that rendered her deaf.” Isn’t it just rendered his deaf as in her uncle?

  • Niyari

    oooh thanks for the heads up, definitely going to pick this up. Hiro Suzuhira’s character designs are fantastic

  • ztype

    Wow that looks pretty indeed

  • I like the art

  • Firion Hope

    I don’t know much about the game, but the art is really nice from what I can tell

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    That first pic…so close.

  • KuroNathan

    How was Phantom Breaker? I heard that it had a lot of star developers but the final product was lackluster

    • kepgamer

      double post

    • kepgamer

      Pretty legit IMO. Besides being rough around some edges, its has necessities of standard fighter. how ever it does have it short coming. Minimal single player content, below average netcode, and a buggy training mode. aesthetically the game underwhelming as everything from character designs, game visuals effects, and even stage fall under generic or uninspiring. Despite these the game is still solid fighter with enough stuff to have infinite replay value.

  • Jumbokitty724

    Sooo what about the actual game? I’m more interested in that :P

  • There’s a few waifus for me

    • Raltrios

      More than one waifu? Blasphemy!

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