Review: Dusty Revenge

Review: Dusty Revenge

MADE IN SINGAPORE

Revenge is a kind of wild justice, said British author and philosopher Francis Bacon.

And in this 2-D side-scrolling action platformer game by local developer

PD Design Studio, you play Dusty - an angry rabbit with super long ears, hell bent on revenge.

Dusty had gone home one night to find his house burned down and his wife, Daisy, dead.

As he carried Daisy's body out of the inferno, he saw the culprits escaping with an artefact left behind by Dusty's father. The only thing on Dusty's mind is to find the killers and bring them to justice.

The first thing that strikes you about this game - from the cutscenes to the gameplay - is its excellent artwork.

Everything, whether it is Dusty or the environment, looks hand-drawn with exquisite details.

The linear storyline will take you to fight in several settings - from the Wild West towns to moving trains.

At the end of each stage, you will meet a boss whom you have to defeat before you can move on. These bosses can be quite difficult to beat.

Thankfully, Dusty has a repertoire of attacks at his disposal. He can jump, slide and roll to dodge attacks. He can also deliver light and heavy melee attacks or fire pistols and shotguns.

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