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  • Summary: Deep inside a research base, waking up from a cryogenic pod, you find yourself trapped in a living hell, surrounded by zombies. Heaven Dust 2 is a love letter to classic survival horror games featuring exploration, action, puzzles, and resource management.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Feb 15, 2022
    90
    Heaven Dust 2 is a nugget for those who love survival horror games. A clear homage to Resident Evil, it doesn't shame itself in its way to make you feel the same way as if you were playing the games of the classical series, even through an isometric point of view. The story, despite having a cliche premise, is able to surprise you, and the environment allows you to fully immerse yourself for the few hours you'll be playing.
  2. Jan 16, 2022
    84
    We recommend Heaven Dust 2 to all those who miss Capcom's survival horror classics. A perfect indie game that will take us on a journey of updated nostalgia.
  3. Jan 17, 2022
    82
    Heaven Dust 2 is perhaps the most amount of fun that I've had with a survival horror game in decades. Its retro sensibilities are absolutely spot-on. Plus, the rewarding campaign structure and intuitive combat that requires some strategy make it truly stand out.
  4. Jan 19, 2022
    75
    Heaven Dust 2 offers around 10 hours of isometric action/puzzler fun. It’s meant as an homage to Resident Evil, but it stands up well on its own even if you’ve never played one of those games or the original Heaven Dust. Just be prepared for plenty of backtracking and puzzle confusion along the way.
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  1. Feb 4, 2022
    10
    i played all resident evil from ps1 classic version to now :D
    but i can say this game is kinda better of them lol
    if i was capcom? i will
    i played all resident evil from ps1 classic version to now :D
    but i can say this game is kinda better of them lol
    if i was capcom? i will hired this guyz who made this game
    btw
    ignore meta of this game
    i beliave this game is 10/10
    im old gamer from atari
    trust me guyz
    just go youtube & watch 20 min walkthrough of this game & u will see im right
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  2. Jan 23, 2022
    10
    Приятный геймплей в стиле классикческих resident evil и подобных, много загадок, неплохой экшн, прохождение на 8-10 часов не надоедает, развеПриятный геймплей в стиле классикческих resident evil и подобных, много загадок, неплохой экшн, прохождение на 8-10 часов не надоедает, разве что управление могло быть поудобнее, как любитель классики только высший балл10/10 Expand
  3. Jan 15, 2022
    8
    Far superior to the first heaven dust, you can tell the creators really put a lot of time into it.
    It has that great look, lots of puzzles and
    Far superior to the first heaven dust, you can tell the creators really put a lot of time into it.
    It has that great look, lots of puzzles and secrets. If you like resident evil 1 U will like this
    Gun upgrades , recorce management, item crafting, blasting zombies! This is very enjoyable romp.
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  4. Jan 21, 2022
    8
    Very cool 10 hour romp in the style of classic Resident Evil games. For under $20 you could do far worse.
  5. Jan 14, 2022
    7
    With an isometric top-down perspective, a slowly-revealed story (for what it is), and a mix of exploration, puzzles, and some zombie killing,With an isometric top-down perspective, a slowly-revealed story (for what it is), and a mix of exploration, puzzles, and some zombie killing, Heaven Dust 2 at least feels pretty fresh on the generally horror-thin Switch. Obviously taking inspiration from the Resident Evil series (for better or worse), you’ll need to carefully review every area you’re able to get into, try your best to minimize your use of your ammo and healing, and very likely periodically work through some frustration as you try to figure out what you need to do next. Inheriting perhaps one of the worst aspects of the classic point-and-click genre I found some of the puzzles and elements that act as roadblocks to be highly aggravating… especially when doing something as simple as changing into a security uniform requires you to do so only in a specific area that you may need to consult the map to find. I think my frustration isn’t necessarily that any of it is impossible to figure out, just that it feels like needless padding to lengthen (but not really improve) the game. Still, if you’re starved for a little horror and suspense as you work your damndest to try to conserve your limited resources there’s very little out there in the eShop like it.

    https://www.nindiespotlight.com/2022/01/mini-reviews-january-12th-edition.html
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