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Submitted by MPGamersheep 927d ago | review

Gamersheep | Dyad Review – Remember to Blink

Morgan Park of Gamersheep.com: It’s not very often that I have to consciously make sure that I’m blinking when playing a video game. Yet that’s Dyad’s claim to fame. Its astounding visual effects combined with its strategic gameplay and surreal background beats meld together to create a completely immersive experience that is easy to pick up, but mind-meltingly hard to master. And that’s important, considering every trophy is hidden behind a stage-specific challenge. (Dyad, PS3) 8.5/10

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