Dust 514 Review


“What Dust promises and what Dust can do for the player are different mindsets. Much of what marketing preaches – a promised, luxurious lava side mansion on the back roads of a wormhole to call your own – are separated from its first-person view. Sluggishly built clones chug forward across uselessly broad battlescapes, lambasting the opposing forces with stock assault or sniper rifles, all for a strip of land a tenth of the size of Rhode Island. Humanity’s expansion into grand expanses of the universe 21,000 years from current time feels scrunched under the weight of ill-defined perspective.”

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May 18, 2013 · 1:01 am

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