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Reviews Round Up - Part 2
August 30, 2013 - PD Design Studio
Game Vortex (85%)
“I had fun with Dusty Revenge and think fans of side scrolling beat ‘em ups or modern action games like Devil May Cry will as well.”
Generacion Pixel (Spanish Review) (8/10)
“A new opportunity for those who miss divide right and left, as they once did. The closest thing to a pure beat em up I’ve seen in a Indie game to date”
“Very wise idea to implement a combo system that comes straight from the classic 1v1 fighting titles. No doubt the big news and best idea brings Dusty Revenge.”
Mash Those Buttons (3.5/5)
“It’s got a huge move set, simple attacks to learn, beautiful stages, great enemy and level design, and a fun, unique soundtrack. It does a lot of work to keep the game interesting and varied for its players, something very few brawlers manage to pull off effectively.”
Calm Down Tom (4/5)
“The art style and old western feel of the story had me enjoying myself immensely. And the combat was nice and challenging, even on normal mode. All in all, a wonderful way to take out the stresses of a normal working day by exploding, shooting and beating the bejeebles out of anything that had the audacity to appear on-screen.”
8 Bit Horse(4/5)
“Dusty Revenge is a solid brawler that keeps things interesting with its strong visual style, even though the characters themselves are weakened through poor writing. Still, the game offers a beautiful 2D world filled with colorful creatures in need of a stylish beat down, which should appeal to fans of single player melee action. Combat is generally satisfying, and your ever-growing combo repertoire gives you plenty of ways to deal with enemies, even if they prove to be a bit underpowered against the huge bosses.”