From Dust comes to PS3 on September 14th

Posted By | On 08th, Sep. 2011

Ubisoft has announced that From Dust will come to the PS3 on September 14th. The game is currently available for the PC and Xbox 360. The game was part of XBLA Summer of Arcade and received critical acclaim.

The 360 version of the game scored an 8.5 here on GB with the author saying, “Minor niggles aside though, the charm of the game and its addictive “just one more go” gameplay make this a frontrunner for one of the best arcade games of the year.”

Stay tuned to more updates on GB.


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