Gaming Irresponsibly: Dust: An Elysian Tail Review

In the past four years, the games that have closed out the Summer of Arcade go as follows: Castle Crashers (2008), Shadow Complex (2009), Lara Craft and the Guardian of Light (2010), and Toy Soldiers: Cold War (2011). So to say expectations for Humble Hearts’ (comprised of one sole heart, Dean Dodrill) first creation, Dust: An Elysian Tail, were high would be one of the biggest understatements of the year. Dodrill’s Dust, which is also a tie-in to Dodrill’s animated series he’s currently at work on, seemed none too afraid of those expectations by entering its way onto everyone’s radar by showing off bright, vibrant visuals and an insane Devil May Cry style combat system that encourages combos and pushes hit counts up higher than you could imagine.

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