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Exos Heroes

Exos Heroes

LINE Games

VISUALISM PLAY ≪Exos Heroes≫

4.3 Ratings 118K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
VISUALISM PLAY ≪Exos Heroes≫
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4.3
118.3K+ Ratings
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  • High production, plays more like a jrpg Jul 8, 2020

    By Anoymously
    Game has nice level of production and has tall actual character models instead of chibis. Combat is turn-based with a break system. Art style is pretty or ugly depending on your tastes (characters have pretty pointy chins, spaced eyes, and blushed(but not tumblr red) noses, for example, but it doesn’t detract for me). Plot is pretty interesting but takes time to kick off and characters aren’t exactly cringey edgy fanfic levels of writing you would see in other games. Pros: pretty game, pop-up book overworld like Bravely Default series, really good voice acting for all language options available, Xes are generous if you take the time to get them, Fatecores (skin) includes the character so you do not have to pull the OG to use them!!! overall you can play pve and not really too deep into pvp, infinite beginner reroll!!! Cons: low pull rates (about roughly 2% for SSR/legendary and lower for Fatecores), long super rare - legendary pull animations, sometimes translation gets pretty bad but not Hero Cantare bad, dailies can be longish, plot ends at ch 10 until they add more, the mouths on the models do not move in cutscenes, you might need at least 1 Dragon Knight fatecore to have a super smooth time or a fatecore from Strings of Creation, absolutely DO NOT go to the highest tier of PvP where you cannot win or you’ll not be able to finish your daily missions!!!!
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Leander Carey
    So far, the first 2 hours of game, it is a truly impressive experience. It is advising high quality in the visuals department and has a unique style. Plays like an old school Final Fantasy game in many ways. The only gripe so far is the world exploration map, where you go from town to town and quest to quest, is remarkably inferior connotation to the rest of the game. Almost like it was a completely different game they crammed onto this one. Despite this, the game is fantastic so far.
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  • Thoughts on the game May 29, 2020

    By lyricalswaggbih
    Exos Heroes is a bit different from these other gacha titles. It seems to actually have a decent story compared to many others. The gameplay is fun as it follows a simplistic yet sometimes challenging Turn-Based battle system. However, this game isn’t perfect, some background visuals look absolutely horrible even though it’s the intended art style. The game features a lot of characters each possessing really cool abilities. You’ll find yourself spending hours grinding many characters and learning the various mechanics that make this game different. Take my word for it and give this game a shot. Story: 8/10 (So far) Gameplay: 9/10 Graphics: 7/10 (background visuals need fixing and a had texture pack is greatly needed for high end devices)
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  • Aug 2, 2020

    By nilakash das
    Honestly, i dont think i have seen a better artstyle that this in a gacha game. The story is also pretty good, and though the prices are very steep, if you want to spend you can just go for the monthly ones which are good. It actually makes you spend less. And you get a lot of the premium currency in game. So f2p players will find it pretty nice as well.
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  • Decent game, Awful translation. Jun 2, 2020

    By Overall decent.
    Let me start by saying the game is by no means “bad”. It’s a decent game, with good graphics and a basic but still somewhat entertaining combat system, however, most of the good aspects of the game are ruined in part or in full (like the story) by its quite frankly upsetting translation. Coming from LINE themselves, I was expecting something coherent and understandable, however I found myself getting the exact opposite of that. The translation is chock full of awkward phrasing, poor pacing, and generally confusing statements. I can understand if the translation was rushed, or a similar occurrence had happened, however I saw no notice of that being directly said, thus leading me to be incredibly disappointed by the quality of the official translation no less. Now, besides this I do have some nitpicks with the graphics as well. Despite having very high-res character models, the backgrounds and other 3d models seem to be of lower quality, so much so it can become distracting in some parts of the game. Although it can be assumed this was intended, it leads to the textures looking unnatural and washed-out. Another distracting graphic design choice, are the lines running down the character 3d models noses at all times. It doesn’t add much depth to the character’s nose from any angle but the side, and it’s pretty hard to look away from when the characters are right up in your face.
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  • Used to be a five star game Jul 1, 2020

    By SirKennyTripsAlot
    When you first start the game it’s very F2P friendly. You can refill your first summon unlimited until you get a good starter hero and getting currency to get quality heroes to bolster your roster and progress through the story until you get to a certain point here’s it becomes impossible to progress due to the way the game is set up where you just don’t have the proper heroes or gear to proceed. You can only get a certain amount of gear per day and most of it is useless. Enhancing heroes is also locked behind gates that literally if you don’t pay you can’t play and there is nothing you can do at all. They have also removed the main way you can earn in game currency making it even more dead in the water. There is also an unobtainable currency (blue gems) which you can’t get unless you pay for them which in most other games there’s at least a way to earn a small amount through grinding or watching ads that just isn’t available in the game at all. When you first start the game it’s very fun and seems there is so much to do but in less than a week you’ll just be logging on to do very limited daily activities and then log back out due to lack of content or incentive to play. Every stage has an area where the players tell you what you need to do to fully complete the stages and after a while they all will tell you you just need to spend money to beat it.
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  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Steven Krumrie
    This is a good game at first glance. However it is designed to be whale-or-fail. To progress in the game you need very rare 'fatecore' variant characters. You can gacha draw for a different one every week, but if you are not able to spend $300+ a week for in game currency to get enough gacha draws you are wasting your time. The cost of in-game currency needs to be reduced by at least 75% and the amount per purchase doubled for normal paying players to find this game worthwhile.
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  • Dragons knights are broken and way too OP Jun 30, 2020

    By CommandSplash
    I was going to give this game a 5 star but I have a huge issue with dragon knights in pvp. It doesn’t make sense how someone can just throw 1 dragon knight on a pvp team and solo a 5 man high level team with multiple dragon knights on it. Tons of people are complaining about this. I mean come on, when I start a tag team battle up all I usually see are solo FC Ana and solo FC Zeon teams. You all are going to lose players and get bad reviews if this keeps up. My suggestion is to come up with some kind of balance for them in pvp because people obviously know they’re broken that’s why they make solo teams. Make it so that their passive isn’t as strong if you only have 1 hero on a pvp team. Also, you all need to fix how they obtain dragon blood and dragon scale in pvp. It doesn’t make sense why a dragon knight can gain dragon blood and put up dragon scale whenever they dodge a hit. It should only apply if they actually get hit. I have more issues with this game but yea.... the review would be pages. Some other issues to note is the fact that you are forced to use the broken “AI” in the coliseum, the “AI” in dragon raid is horrible, and more.
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Yulius Sentausa
    The quests are supposed to work as a rock-paper-scissor puzzle like battle, with missions to incentivise not using auto battle. Yet, we could not see what the missions will be. Instead of putting it on the quest description, it forces us to interact for hollow prize, and making us have to scroll through bad "walkthroughs" or repeat quests because of lack of information. There is so much new mechanics potential, yet the bad executions makes all of them feels like fluffs and gimmicky. Sad.
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  • Dirty move May 30, 2020

    By nick91ex
    The game automatically paused my account as i progress through arena trying to secure a good future in the game competitive stand point since you Receive a significant amount of resources from this function. i been unable to log in saying connection is unstable and since then i submitted 3 tickets to try and get this resolved no word from developers. the game Lets me create a new account so we know for sure its not my phone, software , connection ,etc. yes i put money to support the time of the creators loosing valuable time and money as the first days are vital will definitely affect my progress rendering my time invested close unless i put money to catch up seems like the creators plan behind this. Its a shame i was completely on board with the game experience and waited long for its release but lack of response and reward for my time lost and money invested honestly made me quit . good luck with the project hopefully nobody else gets taken advantage like some of us were
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Leander Carey
    So far, the first 2 hours of game, it is a truly impressive experience. It is advising high quality in the visuals department and has a unique style. Plays like an old school Final Fantasy game in many ways. The only gripe so far is the world exploration map, where you go from town to town and quest to quest, is remarkably inferior connotation to the rest of the game. Almost like it was a completely different game they crammed onto this one. Despite this, the game is fantastic so far.
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By nilakash das
    Honestly, i dont think i have seen a better artstyle that this in a gacha game. The story is also pretty good, and though the prices are very steep, if you want to spend you can just go for the monthly ones which are good. It actually makes you spend less. And you get a lot of the premium currency in game. So f2p players will find it pretty nice as well.
    more
  • Let’s be honest, it’s flawed yet amazing Jul 30, 2020

    By Kinnawich
    I avoided this game like a plague when it first came out because of warnings from Korean player, I actually been following this game since I heard the news, still, warnings scared me and I didn’t play the game until 10 days passed and finally, I figured why wouldn’t I give it a chance to prove itself since many of my friends were saying the game is actually not bad and boy, was I wrong and were they right ! This is one of the well polished games out there, beautifully designed both arts and music, really really well done. So what are the flaws ? Well I play for PvP aspect and this game isn’t balanced much, they’re fixing it but the dmg was done, First Guardians AKA Dragon Blood units were too strong and they left a bad taste in many players mouth, don’t get me wrong, PvP still is pretty fun, character animations are amazing and PvP is especially fun on Tag days but man, when a unit required you to work around it extra hard, that’s a bad design right there. Anyway, try it and don’t believe the low rating, this game is by far my favorite and I played many gachas before, it’s up there with the likes of Epic7, Onmyoji or Summoners War.
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By None
    I love the gameplay, the visuals and the story even though its rough around the edges, it really feels satisfying to play. My only complaint is the game's localisation. It's a turn off reading the story with somewhat bad grammar but it isn't that excruciating, as I just make up my own words and fixes while reading. Overall it's a great game
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  • Great to lose track of time Jul 10, 2020

    By Lucence_
    At the start of the game, you’re mainly progressing through the story which is hard to put down as you get used to how battling works; there’s very little that wasn’t impressive for the first weeks I played the game! Once the story finishes up (for now), there’s a lot of great options for continual upgrading and involvement that makes it worth it to start the game up every day. There are a few bumps in the story where the difficulty drastically ramps up, but with a little luck or waiting to come back to the story, it doesn’t hurt the experience too much. And, as a F2P player, you must be very conscious about how you spend your in-game currency if you want top-tier characters; summon rates definitely could be improved in that sense. Although, there is a function for summons that guarantee certain top-tier characters with enough currency, so be efficient and you should meet the same amount of power as paying players! Overall, a very easy game to fall into completely - it can be easy to spend hours a day in the game. Enjoy!
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  • High production, plays more like a jrpg Jul 8, 2020

    By Anoymously
    Game has nice level of production and has tall actual character models instead of chibis. Combat is turn-based with a break system. Art style is pretty or ugly depending on your tastes (characters have pretty pointy chins, spaced eyes, and blushed(but not tumblr red) noses, for example, but it doesn’t detract for me). Plot is pretty interesting but takes time to kick off and characters aren’t exactly cringey edgy fanfic levels of writing you would see in other games. Pros: pretty game, pop-up book overworld like Bravely Default series, really good voice acting for all language options available, Xes are generous if you take the time to get them, Fatecores (skin) includes the character so you do not have to pull the OG to use them!!! overall you can play pve and not really too deep into pvp, infinite beginner reroll!!! Cons: low pull rates (about roughly 2% for SSR/legendary and lower for Fatecores), long super rare - legendary pull animations, sometimes translation gets pretty bad but not Hero Cantare bad, dailies can be longish, plot ends at ch 10 until they add more, the mouths on the models do not move in cutscenes, you might need at least 1 Dragon Knight fatecore to have a super smooth time or a fatecore from Strings of Creation, absolutely DO NOT go to the highest tier of PvP where you cannot win or you’ll not be able to finish your daily missions!!!!
    more
  • Thoughts on the game May 29, 2020

    By lyricalswaggbih
    Exos Heroes is a bit different from these other gacha titles. It seems to actually have a decent story compared to many others. The gameplay is fun as it follows a simplistic yet sometimes challenging Turn-Based battle system. However, this game isn’t perfect, some background visuals look absolutely horrible even though it’s the intended art style. The game features a lot of characters each possessing really cool abilities. You’ll find yourself spending hours grinding many characters and learning the various mechanics that make this game different. Take my word for it and give this game a shot. Story: 8/10 (So far) Gameplay: 9/10 Graphics: 7/10 (background visuals need fixing and a had texture pack is greatly needed for high end devices)
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Logan McClendon
    I see a lot of reviews about lag and frame fate but I've been playing since day 1 and haven't had an issue. The graphics and art are really nice but that also means you need some decent memory set aside for it. For me, it plays smooth and has fun characters that are easy to level. It is however pretty heavy in microtransactions being a pretty clear "p2w" push. I'll keep playing till i hit that wall tho. Overall 7.5/10
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  • Great game, annoying crashing. Jul 17, 2020

    By XKoenigX
    Pros - Game is fun. Looks good. Animations are amazing. Team combos can be complex. Fairly generous with premium currency. Pull rates seem fair. Cons - randomly closes app or crashes. Seems no fix for this atm. Not sure if it’s more or if others have same issue. I’m running it on the iPhone 11. Haven’t looked into but it’s frustrating for novo because you lose a token if it crashes and can’t get it back. Overall - one of the better gacha games I’ve played and I will definitely keep playing and see what improvements they make. Would definitely buy a few cheap packs to support the game here and there
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  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Nicole L
    I've been playing this for a bit and it's pretty fun. There is a wide variety of characters and you can build a great team. You can play solo but joining a group adds benefits. There isn't much story right now and it's pretty easy to finish until they add another plot update. My biggest annoyance is to fully upgrade your fighters you need a random item and after a while you need a lit of it....and not much of it shows up. But hey, the game is young. Maybe they'll tweak it later.
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  • Decent game, Awful translation. Jun 2, 2020

    By Overall decent.
    Let me start by saying the game is by no means “bad”. It’s a decent game, with good graphics and a basic but still somewhat entertaining combat system, however, most of the good aspects of the game are ruined in part or in full (like the story) by its quite frankly upsetting translation. Coming from LINE themselves, I was expecting something coherent and understandable, however I found myself getting the exact opposite of that. The translation is chock full of awkward phrasing, poor pacing, and generally confusing statements. I can understand if the translation was rushed, or a similar occurrence had happened, however I saw no notice of that being directly said, thus leading me to be incredibly disappointed by the quality of the official translation no less. Now, besides this I do have some nitpicks with the graphics as well. Despite having very high-res character models, the backgrounds and other 3d models seem to be of lower quality, so much so it can become distracting in some parts of the game. Although it can be assumed this was intended, it leads to the textures looking unnatural and washed-out. Another distracting graphic design choice, are the lines running down the character 3d models noses at all times. It doesn’t add much depth to the character’s nose from any angle but the side, and it’s pretty hard to look away from when the characters are right up in your face.
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Christian Steinbacher
    I don't know. Mixed feelings about this. My impression went from 'good game' to 'whatever'. The graphics are good even though I personally don't like this 'washed out' colour style. Game seems to be pretty hardware intensive. The story is well done and has some voiced cutscenes. Besides that it's pretty generic once you realize that the open world doesn't has much of a purpose. Hidden under the aesthetics is a mostly generic game. Many heroes, but too similar skillsets. Will uninstall.
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  • Aug 5, 2020

    By HeX
    Very like Epic 7, good animation n enjoyable at first few months, but when it comes to pushing content, reworking, "translation" and balancing, just like E7, theyre bad at it. But hey, at least they are trying hard (hopefully), and the game still only few months old, so there's that. Enjoyable at first but gets boring at end game since u just do the same thing(daily > challenge > level/polish hero > done for the day) again and again every single day. At least there is no weapon rng here.
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  • Jul 31, 2020

    By ً
    This game is so unpolished there are a lot of areas in can improve on, mainly QoL stuff, there's a lot of loading screens in this game regarding the dailies and the translations are scuffed, the "next story" function is poorly designed, why would you take me to the next stage without letting me edit my team, or atleast show the elements of the enemy and especially the missions, why give missions that needs me to not use a system(break) in the game, it's so dumb, but game isgood canttypeanymorefk
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  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Yulius Sentausa
    The quests are supposed to work as a rock-paper-scissor puzzle like battle, with missions to incentivise not using auto battle. Yet, we could not see what the missions will be. Instead of putting it on the quest description, it forces us to interact for hollow prize, and making us have to scroll through bad "walkthroughs" or repeat quests because of lack of information. There is so much new mechanics potential, yet the bad executions makes all of them feels like fluffs and gimmicky. Sad.
    more
  • Used to be a five star game Jul 1, 2020

    By SirKennyTripsAlot
    When you first start the game it’s very F2P friendly. You can refill your first summon unlimited until you get a good starter hero and getting currency to get quality heroes to bolster your roster and progress through the story until you get to a certain point here’s it becomes impossible to progress due to the way the game is set up where you just don’t have the proper heroes or gear to proceed. You can only get a certain amount of gear per day and most of it is useless. Enhancing heroes is also locked behind gates that literally if you don’t pay you can’t play and there is nothing you can do at all. They have also removed the main way you can earn in game currency making it even more dead in the water. There is also an unobtainable currency (blue gems) which you can’t get unless you pay for them which in most other games there’s at least a way to earn a small amount through grinding or watching ads that just isn’t available in the game at all. When you first start the game it’s very fun and seems there is so much to do but in less than a week you’ll just be logging on to do very limited daily activities and then log back out due to lack of content or incentive to play. Every stage has an area where the players tell you what you need to do to fully complete the stages and after a while they all will tell you you just need to spend money to beat it.
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Steven Krumrie
    This is a good game at first glance. However it is designed to be whale-or-fail. To progress in the game you need very rare 'fatecore' variant characters. You can gacha draw for a different one every week, but if you are not able to spend $300+ a week for in game currency to get enough gacha draws you are wasting your time. The cost of in-game currency needs to be reduced by at least 75% and the amount per purchase doubled for normal paying players to find this game worthwhile.
    more
  • Dragons knights are broken and way too OP Jun 30, 2020

    By CommandSplash
    I was going to give this game a 5 star but I have a huge issue with dragon knights in pvp. It doesn’t make sense how someone can just throw 1 dragon knight on a pvp team and solo a 5 man high level team with multiple dragon knights on it. Tons of people are complaining about this. I mean come on, when I start a tag team battle up all I usually see are solo FC Ana and solo FC Zeon teams. You all are going to lose players and get bad reviews if this keeps up. My suggestion is to come up with some kind of balance for them in pvp because people obviously know they’re broken that’s why they make solo teams. Make it so that their passive isn’t as strong if you only have 1 hero on a pvp team. Also, you all need to fix how they obtain dragon blood and dragon scale in pvp. It doesn’t make sense why a dragon knight can gain dragon blood and put up dragon scale whenever they dodge a hit. It should only apply if they actually get hit. I have more issues with this game but yea.... the review would be pages. Some other issues to note is the fact that you are forced to use the broken “AI” in the coliseum, the “AI” in dragon raid is horrible, and more.
    more
  • Dirty move May 30, 2020

    By nick91ex
    The game automatically paused my account as i progress through arena trying to secure a good future in the game competitive stand point since you Receive a significant amount of resources from this function. i been unable to log in saying connection is unstable and since then i submitted 3 tickets to try and get this resolved no word from developers. the game Lets me create a new account so we know for sure its not my phone, software , connection ,etc. yes i put money to support the time of the creators loosing valuable time and money as the first days are vital will definitely affect my progress rendering my time invested close unless i put money to catch up seems like the creators plan behind this. Its a shame i was completely on board with the game experience and waited long for its release but lack of response and reward for my time lost and money invested honestly made me quit . good luck with the project hopefully nobody else gets taken advantage like some of us were
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Syed Shah
    The game started out as fun upon release, the rewards were plenty and with some patience it was possible for even non paying players to compete in at least mid tier of pvp and tackle the daily challenges. But now with their latest update, the game has taken a turn to the worse, frankly speaking an obvious pay2win direction. They cripple your units you pay for in obtaining and disable half of their abilities in challenges, disregarding all effort you put into raising them. Not recommended atm.
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