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Submitted by kewlrats 927d ago | review

SideQuesting Review: Dyad: Challenging, Engaging, Hypnotizing and Soothing

SideQuesting.com -

"While it may be easy to write Dyad off at first glance as another music game, it’s important to remember that it’s so much more. It successfully takes that genre and molds it into something different entirely. It’s a reminder that there are still musically-focused games to be made that require you to do more than just repeat a series of notes explicitly. Dyad will suck you in with it’s beautiful visuals and engaging soundtrack, and then it will promptly betray you with it’s challenging but fair gameplay." (Dyad, PS3) 4/5

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