Додано: 9 грудня
Overview: An excellent precision platformer that puts emphasis on fine tuning each run and getting as close to impossibly perfect as possible.
This game is designed exceptionally well. Everything feels intentional and like meticulous thought was put into it, this caries over into how you learn to play the game as well.
In the Dustforce you progress in an spawling overworld by beating levels, gaining keys and subsequently unlocking harder levels. In reality you progress by obsessing over every fraction of a second you could have done better in order to get higher on the leaderboards. You can watch replays others playthroughs of the levels, which is a great resource for new players and works splendidly within game.
You can play as 4 characters with slightly different traits, which really wont matter initially for the casual player but can make all the difference once you are acquainted with the game and aim to shoot hundreths of a second off your speed run.
The controls felt a bit loose (or more floaty) to me persoanlly, having just finished playing several other platformers, but it was easy to adjust to and may have just been me. You have an insane amount of mobility and the levels are designed to show this off, letting you fluidly slide around walls, ceiling floors, and lay down some beatdown on enemies when they show up.
The music is mostly mellow and slow and almost seems contrary to the pressure of trying to perfect your run. It does a nice job at keep you calm after several trails on the same level.
Local Multiplayer works well and is fun to play, and is a wonderful addition.
The animations and style of the game look great, just look at dem screen shots above.