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8.7 out of 10

Dust: An Elysian Tail

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BaronMonaco, Metacritic
13 December 2014
  • Summary: I played this game thanks to the PS+ subscription but I'll review it like if i bought it as is no longer available for free. What a great surprise ! Astonishing visuals, cute/cool characters, an unusual story, a good length ( 15 hours more or less), and almost perfect game-play with an old-school taste (like the first Castlevanias) except that it was pretty easy apart from few platforming I played this game thanks to the PS+ subscription but I'll review it like if i...
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Flynny1655, Metacritic
5 November 2014
  • Summary: I just got through this game after getting it for free on the PS store and I an very thankful that it popped up on my radar, this game is stunning, literally stunning. Let's start with the obvious, the artwork, backgrounds and the art style is simply amazing it is just beautiful, simply beautiful.
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J_Khan, Metacritic
2 November 2014
  • Summary: Really fun game, visually beautiful, and not a bad story to boot. The game is easy to master but still offers enough of a challenge to keep it entertaining. It's a great throwback to old school side scrolling games with a hint of modern HD performance. The negatives to this game are that at some points the game seems very childish in it's voice acting and story but at the same time there Really fun game, visually beautiful, and not a bad story to boot.
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disobedientlib, Metacritic
15 October 2014
  • Summary: A solid and fun side view hack and slash game (that came out a couple years ago on last gen) that is free for PS+ folks. It has satisfying combat, a good variety of enemies and environments, light platforming and good RPG elements. It even has a fun sidekick fairy.
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sityoazzdown, Metacritic
14 October 2014
  • Summary: A westernized muramasa rebirth. In a nutshell this game is fun and simple. A hack and slash game that gets propelled to better heights with the rpg elements, and the random loot. I loved the random loot it kinds of cancels out the repititive nature of hack and slash games. I also enjoyed the grinding and leveling up, so much so that I've spend almost 13 hours on this game, yes that's more A westernized muramasa rebirth. In a nutshell this game is fun and simple.
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AutomaticPrince, Metacritic
13 October 2014
  • Summary: I bought into the hype and I'm glad I didn't pay for this game. The first 3-4 hours are fun, but then the game becomes too repetitive. It's frustrating in the way 8 bit games used to be. Deaths usually come cheap (playing on hard so take that into consideration) and the platforming could use some work.
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SirTomato, Metacritic
12 October 2014
  • Summary: This is a surprising one, downloaded it as was free on PlayStation Plus and thoroughly enjoying it so far. The characters are great the skill system and controls are easy to understand. Simply a great game would definitely recommend.
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Reahunt, Metacritic
11 October 2014
  • Summary: I had a blast with this game, the controls, visuals, story and the characters sure made it worthwhile. I bought a Playstation 4 yesterday along with Infamous: Second Son, which I was playing in the start, but after downloading this game during a break, it didn't take long before i found myself playing Dust instead of Infamous.
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Pureray, Metacritic
10 October 2014
  • Summary: I found myself enjoying playing through Dust, because of the responsive controls, beautiful visuals, cute furry character's, and it's free to try out if you have ps+ this month.
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VickTorrie, Metacritic
9 October 2014
  • Summary: This game is an overall joy to play through. It takes well over 10 hours to complete. If you every played Guacamelee you will be right at home in Dust. The platinum doesn't seem too challenging. Definitely worth buying OH WAIT it's free all month!
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