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Lethal League Blaze Now Available

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Team Reptile’s projectile-fighting game Lethal League Blaze is now available on Steam.

A follow up to Lethal League (you can read our review here), Lethal League Blaze features 3D graphics and includes both a Story Mode and a mode called Lethal Volley. Fans won’t be starved for choice – there are more than twice as many characters as the original to choose from, with more planned post-launch.

There have also been some tweaks made to the gameplay, with moves like a grab manuever that allows you to pitch the ball back, directly countering your opponent’s defense. A new HP setting, along with an option for all new ball power-ups is also present.

You can view a trailer below:

Lethal League Blaze Trailer

Consoles warriors will be able to play Lethal League Blaze when it launches for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in spring 2019.

Source: Press Release
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