The extragradient method has recently gained a lot of attention, due to its convergence behavior on smooth games. In games, the eigenvalues of the Jacobian of the vector field are distributed on the complex plane, exhibiting more convoluted dynamics compared to minimization. In this work, we take a polynomial-based analysis of the extragradient with momentum for optimizing games with cross-shaped spectrum on the complex plane. We show two results$:$ first, the extragradient with momentum exhibits three different modes of convergence based on the hyperparameter setup$:$ when the eigenvalues are distributed $(i)$ on the real line, $(ii)$ both on the real line along with complex conjugates, and $(iii)$ only as complex conjugates. Then, we focus on the case $(ii)$, i.e., when the spectrum of the Jacobian has cross-shaped structure, as observed in training generative adversarial networks. For this problem class, we derive the optimal parameters and show that the extragradient with momentum achieves accelerated convergence rate.