Impressive sandbox physics are fun to fiddle with.
Lots of room for creative solutions.
Poor tribesman pathfinding can ruin some missions.
Awkward camera angles hamper navigation.
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 24, 2012
Last year's notorious PC port of this long- awaited God game returns slick, shiny, and...60
By DarkZero on October 03, 2011
Published September 11th 2011. Written by Owen Grieve. From Dust is a game about man’s powerlessness in the face of nature. To be precise, it is a game about Eric Chahi’s vision of man’s powerlessness in the face of nature. Following...80
By IGN Gear on September 01, 2011
From Dust is memorable, beautiful and unique, something that stays in your mind long after you’ve moved on to something else. It’s a game that’s as fascinating to watch as it is to play, a thought-provoking spin on the power fantasies...85
By Ocaholic on August 26, 2011
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By itreviews.com on August 25, 2011
Ubisoft's latest offering is a downloadable strategy god game with a shamanic (or some might say hippy) vibe - but controversy surrounding Ubisoft's promise not to employ digital rights management (DRM) anti-piracy protection on the title has...60
By GameSpy on August 22, 2011
Pros: Gorgeous landscapes; impressive sandbox physics are fun to fiddle with; lots of room for creative solutions.
Cons: Poor tribesman pathfinding can ruin some missions; awkward camera angles hamper navigation.80
By PC Gamer on August 19, 2011
A gorgeous and rich land-sculpting simulation that’s lovely to tinker with, but often buggy and stressful to...73
By Total Video Games on August 05, 2011
Truly a must-have XBLA game, From Dust can hold its head up high amongst the likes of Limbo, Braid, and Super Meat Boy – much like those platformers, Eric Chahi's long-awaited return has brought back a sadly forgotten gaming genre and given it...90
By Techworld on August 04, 2011
Smaller in scope than perhaps could have been hoped for, and occasionally struggles to reconcile its puzzle-based challenges with its terraforming-based mechanics, but From Dust is a strange, smart and ever-changing...-
By GameZone on August 01, 2011
Well, there is, but it would be in your best interest to pack some patience when you start this game. Not only is being a god tricky when it comes to completing each part of the story (and the additional challenges), but the ineptitude of your...70