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Rising Dusk

Studio Stobie, Shinyuden
Jul 26, 2018 - PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S
8 / 10
Nindie Spotlight
6.2 / 10
Nintendo Blast
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Rising Dusk

Rising Dusk treads its own 2D platformer beats with a fresh perspective on the collectible coins that have populated the genre for decades. The execution is as good as the idea, and the concept of “anti-currencies” is used to create intuitive puzzles and replayability through secrets, secondary paths and alternative exits. The visuals may not attract attention, but the lo-fi songs take a calming beat to drive a campaign with a flexible structure that will please fans of 2D games.

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This somewhat odd puzzle action game takes a swing on doing something different, but mostly feels like a miss

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Rising Dusk doesn't beat around the bush: it gets its foot in the door, shows up, fulfills its role very well and ends its journey without delay. The short campaign of this beautiful and creative platformer is a reflection of the work of an artist with an obvious knowledge of the world of games and a vast cultural background that he applied to his work with due knowledge of the facts. There's no secret here: if you enjoy platform titles, get ready to experience first-hand a notable little thing of the genre.

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