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Hardspace: Shipbreaker

Focus Home Interactive, Blackbird Interactive
Jun 16, 2020 - PC
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OpenCritic Rating

84

Top Critic Average

90%

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91 / 100
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6 / 10
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8.5 / 10
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8 / 10
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9 / 10
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95 / 100
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Hardspace: Shipbreaker - Gameplay Overview Trailer


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Critic Reviews for Hardspace: Shipbreaker

A satisfying disassembly sim wrapped in cutting workplace commentary, Hardspace: Shipbreaker is a gig well worth taking up.

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Hardspace: Shipbreaker makes disassembling giant spacecraft piece by piece fun for a bit, but due to a lack of variety in its puzzle-like objectives it soon devolves into hard labor.

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Impressive efforts with a few noticeable problems holding them back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash.

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A nice idea, very well implemented. If you are not scared by repetitive tasks you may have found your next job.

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Hardspace: Shipbreaker is like no other game out there, and offers a genuinely immersive and rewarding experience.

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With its incredible gameplay loop, Hardspace: Shipbreaker is as unique as it is addictive. A handful of minor bugs do little to hold back what is an incredibly immersive and rewarding experience.

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Hardspace Shipbreaker does everything it wants to do, and does it well. The shipbreaking is fun, tactile, and rewarding. The story is humorous, thoughtful, and engaging. And the music is relaxing and thoughtful.

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Hardspace: Shipbreaker is a fun romp as long as the ships you're gutting are new and fresh, but it can lose some charm when the plot thins and boats repeat.

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