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From Dust

From Dust (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Ubisoft


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From Dust review

Reviewed August 10, 2011

Joseph Shaffer says: "From Dust isn't like most strategy games. It doesn't focus more than it needs to on micromanagement. You don't have to develop a village's culture or provide the people with food or entertainment. There are no numbers to monitor and there aren’t many bothersome gauges to watch. Your main concern is keeping humanity alive while trying to establish a set number of villages, ranging from one to four, on each map."
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Ubisoft says they've figured out where to sell new intellectual properties: the digital marketplace. That must explain why From Dust, the download-only "god game" the publisher released this past summer, is a success. The title has been downloaded 500,000 times on the Xbox Live... full article

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