Exit the Gungeon
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Most of the content, including music, items, and enemies, is directly transferred from the world of Enter The Gungeon, making the product even more secondary than it previously seemed. On PC, Exit the Gungeon has already experienced several patches, after which it became more playable, but it is still noticeable that this is a quickly molded game, released in the hope of hype around the first one and high sales.
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Exit the Gungeon is a solid spin-off that is able to deliver a level of enjoyment that matches its predecessor, while also standing tall on its own two feet.
Exit the Gungeon is a really fun follow up to the original.
Devolver Digital seems to always bring the goods to the table, and I'm pleased to report that Exit The Gungeon is no different! A pixel roguelite shooter that peppers in a heavy bit of bullet hell, this title will do all it can to make you bend your knee to it. Exit The Gungeon is fantastic, brutal and we've got it in the palm of our hands with the Nintendo Switch version.
Exit the Gungeon is a lot of fun to play, especially if you liked Enter the Gungeon.
Exit the Gungeon is a refreshing next step for the franchise. The smaller scale comes with certain drawbacks, but it's nonetheless a worthwhile experience, even if it's not to the same standard as the original.
Exit the Gungeon is ultimately neither a good bullet hell game, nor a particularly fun experience. All in all, it’s a pretty bite size offering that lacks the variety one would expect from a full PC title.
“Exit the Gungeon is an enjoyable distraction that serves as a spin-off to the more welcoming Enter the Gungeon. The random weaponry and tighter quarters often makes this more about luck than skill, which will grind against some players.”
Elevator going nowhere fast.
The lack of accessibility and alienation of new players makes the experience more frustrating than it should be. For lovers of the original, Exit the Gungeon comes with an easy recommendation. However, for those new to the series, it may be better to exit stage right.