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The game features 11 different fighters, each with different weapons and abilities. The player may freely destroy the environment, and use destroyed objects as weapons against their opponents. The characters each have alternate costumes, which, depending on which the player chooses, may change their default weapon. However, it does not affect the weapon's damage capabilities or uses.
The game plays much like Power Stone with its arena-style gameplay.
A scaled-down port of Barbarian was originally planned for release on the Game Boy Advance, but was later canceled.
- "IGN: Barbarian", cube.ign.com Retrieved on 19 June 2008.
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