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Journey to the Savage Planet Review Roundup

505 Games will be releasing its upcoming sci-fi open-world adventure game this Friday 31, January 2020 and while we don’t have the game to review, we wanted to share what people think about this ambitious alien game. So far Journey to the Savage Planet reviews have been quite positive with critics praising the game’s great exploration and emphasis on combat. Many of them complaining that the game struggles to keep up its exciting pace but there’s joy to be had around every corner you explore.

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Take a look at some of the scores in our Journey to the Savage Planet review roundup

PC Gamer – 84/1o0

Funny, fresh, and full of surprises, Typhoon’s debut blends genres expertly. Co-op doesn’t add much, though. – Read the full review

GamesRadar+ – 4/5

Screenrant – 4.5/5

Despite any issues that Journey to the Savage Planet has, it will probably wind up becoming one of the best indie games of the year. Anyone who enjoys space exploration or witty humour should pick the game up immediately. – Read the full review

IGN – 6/10

Journey to the Savage Planet is a game with a lot of nice ideas – trying to single-handedly twist a well-worn genre into new and exciting shapes – but ultimately doesn’t quite have the courage to commit to them. There’s a lot to enjoy, particularly in its opening hours, but for all its grand ambitions, Savage Planet ultimately falls back on tired ideas to see it through to an underwhelming end. Like the ship you’re trying to repair throughout, it’s an admirable thing, but it can’t quite nail the landing. – Read the full review

GameInformer – 8/10

Journey to the Savage Planet presents you with a well-constructed world full of fun collectibles to hunt down and interesting wildlife to survey, but the way the world design encourages and rewards exploration is its biggest accomplishment. – Read the full review

Take a look at the latest trailer down below. Journey to the Savage Planet releases on 31 January 2020 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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