Who doesn't love a good Metroid-styled game? I'm a certainly fan for this type of videogame, especially the one I just received called Dust: An Elysian Tail. This version was a gift from a friend who said it was "A very special version" and that it's far more suited for me then him. I took it off his hands and decided to spend Friday night playing it. I wiggled my monkey tail around excitedly as the game booted up. I unbuttoned my lab-coat as I prepared to take a break from all of today's lab monkey madness and play an awesome PC game. As soon as I booted up the game I was greeted by a start-up screen.
The sound-effects that showed up when I scrolled down the menu belonged to Final Fantasy, once of my favorite games as a child. I was entranced by this experience, but I was found that the experience was about to pull me in even further. Once the game started I was introduced to the hero named Dust and his annoying sidekick named Fidget. Fidget was designed as a reference to Navi from Oc