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Earth Atlantis

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Oct 5, 2017 - Nintendo Switch
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

66

Top Critic Average

38%

Critics Recommend

IGN Spain
6 / 10
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8 / 10
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Earth Atlantis - Nintendo Switch Release Trailer

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Earth Atlantis - Nintendo Switch Trailer


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Critic Reviews for Earth Atlantis

A game that could have been better, but doesn't manage to get higher quality peaks.

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Even if you're not a fan of bullet hell you should give Earth Atlantis a try, this really doesn't deserve to sink without a trace.

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Earth Atlantis mixes exploration and scrolling shooter elements to create a challenging, if occasionally frustrating experience. The map-inspired visuals are the most unique and eye-catching aspect of this game, but under the hood it's a good distraction that works best in portable mode when you have some time to kill.

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Visually, the game is absolutely stunning.

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That's a question Earth Atlantis doesn't have an answer for. Perhaps the point, the game would like you to believe, is the “thrilling” boss battles. But if that's the case, these battles should've been more engaging and memorable—adrenaline-intoxicating, if you will. It seems Pixel Perfex wanted to create a boss rush game similar to Acid Nerve's Titan Souls or Team Ico's Shadow of the Colossus but tossed the flood of mindless enemies in to keep you from sinking into the abyssal depths of boredom. Unfortunately, it's too late, as Earth Atlantis doesn't so much sink in the depths of the ocean as much as it drowns in the boring and tedious repetition it's so engulfed in.

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Even if you're not a 2D 'shmup' veteran, or are looking for something a little off the beaten, sidescrolling track, there is plenty to enjoy here - we have tight controls, plenty of unique monstrous bosses to defeat and exploration of a broken but beautiful submerged world. While it lacks a few options, has occasional boss fight difficulty spikes and is not the relentless action that some genre fans prefer, Earth Atlantis has enough old school shoot 'em up substance to back up its glorious and organic style.

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Thanks to a unique art style, the game steps outside the 2D shooter territory for a while but its charms don't last for very long as it becomes clear that Earth Atlantis needs a more thinking in its exploration component to keep the players interested. While it's a fun experience when played for short and quick moments, it doesn't have the ambition to go beyond that.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Earth Atlantis is an enjoyable shooter with a beautiful visual style, reminiscent of a time where monsters were believed to be hidden underwater. The game has been re-balanced since the initial Nintendo Switch release, not to mention being able to use the d-pad for steering the ship. There are two main game modes and multiple pilotable ships. Strangely the audio options are only available on the main menu, and I ended up muting my TV while playing as I found the constant shooting audio level to be a tad too overpowering. There are three difficulty modes as well as a record keeper for completion times, but it seems to be local only and not global. I think the game would benefit from trying to best your friends time in either mode.

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