Summary: i think this game was cute and fun period bad voice acting and the lack of more interesting and varied combat, sending it to the average corner. its what we can call a weekend pick although it last much longer.
Dust: An Elysian Tail Review: A Tale Worthy of Being Told
Jeremy Sturgill, Game Informer
18 April 2013
Summary: Dean Dodrill's labor of love is well-documented, and his work is immediately apparent. The art style and animation will endear you to the characters and world of Falana. The 2D graphics are reminiscent of the brilliant setting from the original Rayman.
Summary: It is one of those games that captivates you from the moment you see it. Dust: An Elysian Tail to my opinion, is the best game to come out on Xbox Live Arcade to date. RPG, platform, action, a combat system that is not boring, otherworldly visuals.
Summary: I think guillermops review has its integrity ruined by his prejudice against an art style. Which is sad, since the game has stunning art, touching story that appeals to the younger generation as well as leaving light hearted jokes that can charm many ages of gamers.
Summary: powell22 not only you're spamming your useless **** retarded ads, but you give also this game only a 6. Are you also an useless retarded other than an useless **** spammer? Really, spamming your ads in a review spot. You're useless. Ah, and the game it's great by the way, I really love it.
Summary: This game is awesome. Don't be fooled by the trailers and videos, where the game looks like simple button mashing game like old Golden Axe. There is so much more, the videos wont show you. Especially elements from the RPG games. And now I don't mean only leveling and skills.
Summary: Dust: An Elysian Tail is a very fascinating and extremely entertaining game. It reminds me a lot of Castlevania or Metroid in way. Combat is very creative and imaginative with several different action packed ways to dispatch your enemies.
Summary: I had been anticipating Dust: An Elysian Tail since I found out it won Microsoft's Dream.Build.Play back in '09. After a long wait, it finally received a release date of August 15, 2012, during Xbox Live's Summer of Arcade.
Summary: Game of The Year 2012!!!! I must say a few days ago I had not heard of this game but after a good review on destructoid I gave it a shot and exceeded all my expectations. My favourite video game ever was castlevania dawn of sorrow but Dust just took the cake.