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Ubisoft, Ubisoft Reflections
Sep 19, 2017 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Atomega

The people behind Grow Home return with an ingenious multiplayer battler.

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Ironically, Atomega's fatal flaw is that it never grew to its full potential. It's a mostly-unique multiplayer game that's good until it's too familiar. Once it's too familiar, it's too small and simple for its own good. Call it growing pains.

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Ubisoft presents an interesting game and a curious idea. However, it becomes really monotone due to the lack of game modes and only one playable map.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Simple & fun, this game offers first person action and a self-building style that makes the player feel powerful... or really tiny. A good experience with a little lack of variety.

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Atomega's concept is great, especially in a world of identikit PvP shooters, but its dearth of content means it simply doesn't last.

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Atomega is a nice shooter from the studio behind Grow Home. It's simple to approach and entertaing to play, though it has only a map and a game mode.

Review in Italian | Read full review

There is no PvE or Bots that take the place of players, so if you can’t find others to play with, this has the potential to be a very lonely game. Luckily, Atomega is priced well enough that even the casual arena fan could find a lot to like here, for as long as the game stays populated. If you find yourself looking for a great stand-in while waiting for your next big arena game, Atomega could be the game you’re looking for, just don’t expect it to evolve into more than that.

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Atomega is a missed opportunity. The choice of reveal the game one week before its launch penalizes a nice job from a talented developer studio as Reflections. Atomega offers a simple gameplay and a dreamlike setting, but despite that and a tempting launch price, the lack of variety in both game modes and maps cause players to feel bored after a few matches. We hope that in future the dev team can add more contents in order to provide more variety to an interesting experience.

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