Publicada: 19 Janeiro
Pleasing to the eye, ear and mind, dustforce is a great platformer that will keep you sweeping for hours on end.
-Gorgeous art style, full of charm and character with consistently themed levels with sprites to match. One of the things I love most about this game is the soundtrack, its mellow tones are relaxing and blend seamlessly with the gameplay, softening the frustration at my inept cleaning.
-Gameplay is consistently challenging, but as you repeat levels you gradually learn the layout and the best/fastest way to clear each and every obstacle. There is nothing more rewarding than when you get that perfect run (well, not perfect, but as good as I'm going to do). The momentum based character movement did take some getting used to, but after much practice it allows you to flit through a level like a breath of wind.
-The main area in which Dustforce is lacking would be the tutorial, it provides a good basic understanding of the movement mechanics and will make a player reasonably competent. However, to play dustforce to its full, flowing potential it is a necessity to go on youtube and watch tutorials and examine the manouvres and tricks used by the best of the best.