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IGN Reviews – From Dust Game Review

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IGN gives its video review on the new downloadable game From Dust. Gorgeous, memorable and thought-provoking, From Dust leaves a lasting impression.

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  1. Is that the voice of THE KID in AC Black Flag?  🙂  lol

  2. anyone interested in this with an gold xbox live acount, you can get the game for 75% off with the games for gold. wootwoot stay up homies! and may the games be ever in yo fava. t(-_-),

  3. This review isn't bad, but it's depressing that a game's difficulty is now considered a negative. I miss hard games.

  4. my review is simple as this was made by ubisoft, which is already a bad sign since i can't fucking play the game without having to log in a secodn time from steam and then have the fucking program crash after i have logged in, managed to get online and then tried to be able to start the game at which it then says the fucking uplay has stopped working. Also i have to put in the fucking security password every time i try to start it. Why didn't they just release it on steam and nothing else so you could just play the game? indie game developers does this better than these morons!

  5. ign does not make reviews like these anymore

  6. The game deserves 9.5. It's hard,okay,but awesome.

  7. This woman's delay in between sentences and the lack of background noise sounds like she's translating some foreign language for a show.

  8. cant believe i havent heard of this until now

  9. Watching this video to see how this game looks like before I download it for ps plus october

  10. Is it possible to download and play this game to the ps4?

    I get really confused when I all of a sudden get excited about a game on the PS-Store, and realise it´s for ps3? Why do they even show on my ps4-store 🙁

  11. Well I need something to play, guess I'll hook up the dusty PS3 for this.

  12. Only thing that angers me about this game is how stupid the AI can be sometimes. I build the villagers a bridge for them to go from point a to point b and they decide to take the long route around that is covered with lava and surrounded by the sea. Or I blow up an entrance into a mountain and they stand in front of it screaming like there was no way through…. Otherwise I say it is a pretty nice experience, challenging but kind of relaxing at the same time

  13. Isn't that concept the same as in POPULUS from back in the AMIGA 500 days?^^

  14. man, i thought it was going to be a nice game to chill with but it sounds like this game is pretty chaotic. is there ever "beating" the game? like do you get to a point where everyone has developed into smart tribes and no longer need their god? lol woah i didnt expect to go all deep just now… now im reflecting on what i just said

  15. Im getting this as well as another world from steam

  16. Finished it yesterday 😊
    Love it so much! So beautiful, well crafted and unique!!!!
    I hope we'll see a sequel or some inspiration soon 😁

  17. i can write a real review right here right now.

    + The Engine is the best part of the game and it was wasted on linear puzzle game.
    -/+ Gameplay. it's short and dull. (4-6 hours max of gameplay or 2 hours if you're a genius first try speedrunner)
    – small world.
    – Feels like a sandbox forced to be linear puzzle game.
    +/- Price is fair, but indie game could offer much more back then and today
    – Uplay we all hate third party software even if you use steam you still got to have another layer of pain.
    -/+ PC port, the controls are weird but can get used to, your camera moves at the same time as your cursor
    + abilities some are good to mess with some are meh i guess, overall ok
    -/+ AI is sometimes dumb

    the puzzles are not that difficult sure there will be some triel and error. Engine is wasted on the gameplay, you can unlock sandbox at the end but it also feels dull and ugly, extremely small with, the water looks dark and ugly.
    6.5 not less not more.

    If they want to crate a sequel (that will not happen due to shitty sales). You can release the tech demo as an official sandbox game by itself nothing else, we just wanted to play with fire, earth, water.
    If there will be From Dust 2. make the world bigger with day and night cycle with random nature events. I hope i will be a game dev and make a successor to the game and recreate the engine into a better game

  18. in short, you're a god and you try to make the humans there survive so they can become earth/water/fire/air benders like in the Avatar animation

  19. Kind of like the nature version of SPORE

  20. The game is not that hard and yes you can do things exactly the same or improvise with different strategies as well. The final main level, movements, does have surprise eruption moments that will probably have you restart, but the whole level probably only takes an hour or less, so that's not crazy for a final challenge, but it says you're in a volcano and to expect lava and rain causing floods =P

  21. The voice work on this is soooooo bad why did this get posted with that awful mouth clicky noise in every word

  22. Games don't challenge the player like they used to.

  23. Who's watching in 2020? Just finished it this week

  24. I just started getting into this game after I connected my PS3. Its really fun once you figure out what to do and how it all works. You can combine powers for unique effects. Amplify and endless earth is really fun to use. Hope this gets a remaster.

  25. Wish they'd make a new version… loved playing this

  26. This looks very similar to Breakwaters, a new game that just a had a trailer come out. Interesting to see how similar they turn out to be, both look really innovative!

  27. From Dust 2 for Xbox Series X/S and PS5 would be awesome. Loved this game on 360 and installing game again on my Series X

  28. this was literally one of my favorite sandbox games. ubisoft should put this back on PS Now

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