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Challenging platforming for all skill levels.
Tons of stages to unlock.
Leaderboards let you watch others' replays.
Stylish, fluid platforming.
Fantastic level design.
Some features lack basic explanation.
A few performance issues.
Trial-and-error can become frustrating.
Multiplayer is underdeveloped.
Overworld is disappointingly empty.
By Gaming Nexus on March 06, 2012
The original images and videos of Dustforce introduced a beautifully rendered world and unique concept of a platformer based upon sweeping. The game's stunning visuals and innovative gameplay were quite impressive for only a group of four developers...
By PC Gamer on February 11, 2012
Style and intelligently scaled difficulty make Dustforce an instant classic, and a lesson in the rewards of hard...
By Destructoid on January 23, 2012
In recent years, the platform game has been coming back into style with releases such as Rayman Origins and Donkey Kong Country Returns catching the attention of gamers across the globe. But there have always been those certain platformers that test...
By VideoGamer on January 19, 2012
Dustforce ReviewThe rock-hard platformer has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent months, thanks largely to a blossoming indie scene, and Dustforce is the latest entry in this gleefully painful subgenre. And, yes, it is difficult and you will...
By GameSpot on January 18, 2012
Dust and grime surround us. Every day, they collect atop coffee tables and in forgotten kitchen corners, but no more. In Dustforce, it's time to fight back. Filth falls before four acrobatic janitors--each equal parts ninja and handyman. Their world...
By IGN Gear on January 18, 2012
Dustforce easily merits the low, $10 barrier to entry. Some better in-game explanation concerning Dustforce’s content and mechanics would really help, but this addictive platformer succeeds nonetheless. The artful way the characters’...
By GameSpy on January 18, 2012
I don't like repeating myself. Games that barrage me with tedious trial-and-error usually end up on the wrong end of the woodchipper. So Dustforce legitimately shocked me when I realized that -- while leaping, dashing, and sliding my way through my...
By GamingShogun on January 14, 2012
Games are usually an escape from life and so often have strange and unusual premises but you don’t find a whole lot that have you play a janitor armed with your push broom. Even fewer have you play as part of a janitorial team working to clean up...
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