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Submitted by indiegamemag 1008d ago | review

Dyad PSN Indie Game Review: Tripping the Light Fantastic

I barely slept a wink last night, putting me in a semi-altered state today as I fired up my review copy of Dyad on the PS3 for the first time. My vision blurs at the periphery, but my reflexes remain sharp thanks to a steady intake of coffee strong enough to melt steel. (Dyad, PS3) 92/100

BrutallyBlunt  +   1008d ago
Bought this game just from reading all the positive reviews. It's not often i do that but with my Plus discount it wasn't that big of a risk.

It's refreshing that we have access to so many smaller games since that's where the unique games mostly come from. Steam/PSN/WiiWare/XBLA and so many other sources have been a blessing for getting these types of games out there.

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