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Submitted by kassatsu 994d ago | review

PSNStores Review: Dyad

Ben writes: "While it starts off simple, eventually becoming devilishly complex, every step of the way you’ll feel like you’re in control of the most magnificent fireworks show known to man. Gloriously cacophonic, Dyad might just be the freshest thing I’ve played in quite some time. That alone feels deserving of praise." (Dyad, PS3) 5/5

yewles1  +   994d ago
Looks good, I'm interested.
Hicken  +   994d ago
I was pretty curious about this. I may have to pick it up.
guitarded77  +   994d ago
Reminds me of Child of Eden.
Knushwood Butt  +   994d ago
Hope it makes it to Japan.

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