The audio/visuals are what keep this game from receiving an eight out of ten like Joshua did. They're practically the same game, after all. Although it may seem harsh to dock two points for graphics and sound, I feel that it is my duty. Wisdom Tree clearly intended to harm their customers in this case, and it's only through drastic measures that Sega-16 will be able to protect its readership. Seriously, though, there's no reason to buy this game. Buy Joshua, play it, enjoy it. There's just not enough of a difference between the two games to make Exodus's painful graphics and grating sound worth the price of admission. Exodus is the necessary evil that brought us Joshua. End of story. And end of review.