Dustforce is a mess. Not just because this is a game about cleaning up dust, but for other reasons as well. First, as its name suggests, it's a speedy action game where players must jump, dive, and dash in order to tidy up dirty areas and score points. The game sounds fun in theory, but it just doesn't feel right in practice. Controls are one part of the problem, as I often found myself trying to dash up walls, but the game not registering that movement. Hard to say if this is just a problem with the Vita version or what. Along with control issues, progression is also too slow. Only a few areas are available at the start, and you must do better and score more points to open up additional stages. This is great if you are skilled at the game, but until you get better you'll be repeating a lot of content.
Recommended? No. The game didn't control well and the content was too grindy.
Enjoyed By? Those who love challenging, repetitive platformers and can ignore awkward controls.
This game was played on Vita via a PSN code supplied by the publisher.