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Exo One

Exbleative, Future Friends Games
Nov 18, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PC, Xbox One

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No Recommendation
8 / 10
IGN Italy
7.3 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Exo One


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An otherworldly journey that runs out of things to do.

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Exo One is an enjoyable other-world experience that challenges players with the mastery of an alien spacecraft. Tight controls and great physics more than make up for the odd repetitive spot, making Exo One an absolute must for anyone with an Xbox Game Pass subscription. Even without one, I’d still recommend picking it up.

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A short and interesting interstellar trip that lacks the spark to become truly memorable.

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Soar across alien vistas powered only by kinetic energy in this interplanetary search for the mysterious, life-giving monolith

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Intriguing and startlingly original, Exo One offers a quiet, meditative experience that's both foreign and mysterious.

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Exo One is an anomalous video game. A project that came to light after five years of work that mixes within it an excellent management of physics and a satisfactory movement system, and it does so with an intensity that is sometimes unexpected. Exo One is an acid trip in the icy sidereal void, an exploration of the (un)known universe that pushes you to look inside and confront the immensity of the cosmos, while sliding on the surface of strange and distant alien planets. A very powerful experience, completed in less than three hours but capable of etching itself in focus in the eyes and mind.

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Exo One is a notably well-crafted audiovisual journey that is quite enjoyable to simply play through. While the story is lackluster and can even sometimes get in the way of the real joy of actually playing the game, it still adds some degree of depth and direction. Still, the game could do with an option to skip the story all-together and a level selection option after beating it to go back to your favorite planets. Leaving the story aside, flying through the different planets alongside your alien craft is quite an experience on Exo One. Headphones recommended.

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It's a mystery on whether you can deem it a positive or a negative that if you were to take away its meager narrative implications, Exo One would still be the exact same game.

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