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Pull that itchy Phantom Trigger on Xbox One and PS4

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Harcdcore. Neon. Slasher. Three words that may just put the chills into you.

But if you’re one of those who live and breath hardcore, like a bit of neon glow and will happily slash and grind your way until the end of the universe, then Phantom Trigger is quite possibly the game for you.

Available to purchase right now, Phantom Trigger from tinyBuild promises to put all your skills to the test as you head on in to the story of Stan – a story full of the surreal and twisted.

What you’ll be treated to is a hardcore slasher that sees your room filled with bright neon lights as RPG and Roguelike elements combine with a super deep combat system, numerous combos and weapon upgrades.

All of this will play out via handcrafted story driven levels that branch off to ensure that multiple endings will be within your grasp. Should you wish to give it a go, then Phantom Trigger is available right now for£12.49. Get yourself to the Microsoft Store, or PlayStation Store, right now.

Keep an eye out for our review too. It’s on its way.

Game Description:

“Stan is losing control. The phantom realm brings arcane hexes into a pulsing neon reality, where demons fight in packs and use every trick they have to break your defense. Throw spells and traps mid-combo, ride the edge of control and chaos in this fresh take on action combat. You are your own worst enemy in Phantom Trigger. Story You play as Stan, a white-collar middle-class worker living an ordinary life that gets disrupted by a mysterious event. Discover a brand new world and connect the dots along a branching story through neon-demonic worlds. Phantom Trigger has 4 alternate endings. Gameplay Merging elements from slasher, RPG, and rogue-like genres, Phantom Trigger takes a rich combo system and builds on it, with trapping and freezing enemies, herding groups, burning bosses and dashing from one combo to the next. Features Branching story with 4 alternative endings 5 Distinct Worlds to explore Estimated 7+ hours of gameplay A deep combat system focusing on unlocking combos and upgrading weapons”

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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