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    Default Dust: An Elysian Tail

    What can I say but wow, this game is on the xbox but its now been released for the PC and even I may end up buying it.

    You can get it from steam Save 10% on Dust: An Elysian Tail on Steam



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    Looks pretty cool.
    ... But... cool enough to give it a try for about 13 bucks?... Well, maybe.
    IŽll think about it. Intensively.

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    I'll likely get it during the Steam summer sale. It looks really good though.

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    Thanks for sharing the info about the pc release, looks really nice. I guess I'll also try it out.

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    Played it on my friend's xbox and its epic! Hooray for furry games!

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    So I thought I'd post an update on Dust: An Elysian Tail

    It's beautiful, the video above just doesn't do it justice, which is a real shame as its obvious from the very start that a huge amount of thought and hard work has gone into making this game. The Japanese style mixed with anthropomorphic animals creates a game that I haven't really played before but I'm finding it great fun. I recommend it either now or when the summer sale's are on.

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