Exit the Gungeon
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Singlecore and Dodge Rol goes one step further to break the barriers of what is or what isn’t considered a roguelike / lite. And, while Exit the Gungeon might feel a little cramped at times, it packs as much punch and excitement as Enter the Gungeon.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Exit the Gungeon is a really fun follow up to the original.
While Exit the Gungeon may be incredibly punishing, it may also be more inviting to new players than Enter has ever been. Returning fans, on the other hand, will have a grasp of the base mechanics, but will be far from masters of the new form of gameplay, making Exit inviting to everyone who’s a fan of the genre and style.
Exit the Gungeon is a good game with roguelike and shooter features, realized in a inspirate bidimensional setting. Dodge Roll created a title challenging enough to give hours of fun in front of the display.
Review in Italian | Read full review
When I first heard about the change of formula for this sequel I did question it. However, what we have is something that is familiar yet fresh. Exit the Gungeon streamlines a lot of the great gameplay from the first game into something very unique, rewarding and extremely fun. I love it.
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 isn’t a sequel, nor does it pretend to be. I still find 2016’s Enter the Gungeon to be a fuller experience, with more depth and variety. Exit the Gungeon is not a game you should ignore. This Gungeon may have lost a little bit of itself along the way, but enough of its humor and sensibilities are very much intact for enjoying Dodge Roll’s twist on the Gungeon formula for the price point. Exit the Gungeon is a delightful spin-off, a blast to play, and the changes to the gameplay compliment the new perspective wonderfully.
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 a lot of fun to play, especially if you liked Enter the Gungeon.
While I still prefer the original because of the overall size of rooms, I’m impressed with what Dodge Roll did with this sequel.