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Dust: An Elysian Tail

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Genre: Adventure, Hack and slash/Beat 'em up, Indie, Platform, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: SteamOS, Mac, Linux, PC (Microsoft Windows), iOS, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network

immerse yourself in a gorgeous hand-painted world on a search for your true identity. As the mysterious warrior, Dust, your action-packed journey will take you from peaceful glades to snowy mountaintops and beyond. At your disposal is the mythical Blade of Ahrah, capable of turning its wielder into an unstoppable force of nature, and the blade's diminutive guardian, Fidget. Battle dozens of enemies at once with an easy-to-lear... Read More

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Based on 10
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acnari
11 reviews

Great 98%

First off, on simply the surface level this game is beautiful. The artwork is absolutely gorgeous-it is clear that the game designer really was working on a labour of love. The music is perfect for the game, and helps to add to the immersive emotional experience. The characters themselves are whimsical yet austere-they can be silly, but not in an annoying way. In particular, Fidget-the protagonist's sidekick, is a delightful contrast in innocence... Read More

Positive points
Artistic and creative graphics.
Tight controls.
Engaging story.
Negative points
Boss battles may be too easy.
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RoleplayeR
33 reviews

Average 60%

A 10hour platformer which is not groundbreaking in any aspect, but still is pretty enjoyable, especially if you like easy games to relax with your gamepad. You follow around a dude with the classic case of amnesia, with a classic funny gimicky companion while doing classic jump and attack stuff. The story is decent, while it is kind of childish (it does seem like a game is geared toward the younger audience, there is not much text in game, the qu... Read More