The lights are on
Dustforce, the indie-action-platformer that found success on PC, is
now available on PlayStation 3, Vita, and is coming soon for Xbox
The game is $9.99 ($7.99 for Plus members) and is cross-save
and play compatible meaning saves transfer between the two versions of the game,
and when you buy one version, you own them both.
Update: I misread Capcom's press release. Looks like Dustforce is not cross-buy compatible, which means the Vita and PlayStation 3 versions of the game are sold separately, but their save files can be passed back and forth.
You can check out the launch
trailer for game below.
Capcom, which is helping developers Hitbox Team and QLOC
bring the game consoles, does not have a release date for the Xbox 360
version of the game, but says it should be arriving soon.
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I can't wait to start doing sick dusting combos. The best thing is that I was actually wondering when this game was going to come out just the other day. Hope it plays just as fun as it looks.
Kinda sad Wii U can't even get indie type games on their console.
I got this game from the humble bundle a few years back. I never though that being a janitor could be THAT action packed. And fun.
Now this is originality at it's best, I will be downloading this game today!!!!!!!
I've played the demo in Vita.
It is better to play with the d-pad since it's annoying to use with the analog stick.
Some misinformation here. Dustforce is unfortunately not a cross-buy PS3/Vita game but it does have cross-save support. Only the Vita version is listed with a Playstation Plus discount at $7.99 and the PS3 version is full price at $9.99