Let's be honest about this. Reviewing something like Dust: An Elysian Tail should be a pain in the neck. Owing to the fact that it has been designed and developed largely by one man - a chap named Dean Dodrill - and has taken more than three years to get off the ground, any criticisms levelled against it are naturally going to seem like sour grapes. "I'd like to see you do something that good all by yourself." will be the retort. And the truth is what Dodrill has accomplished, almost single-handedly producing a title that was deemed worthy enough to sit alongside such fare as "Deadlight" and "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD" in the XBLA Summer of Arcade, is a phenomenal achievement. Whatever you think about the finished product, there can be absolutely no doubting Dodrill's talent and sheer determination. But, even with all that said, Dust's problems are bound to be plentiful.