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Submitted by HawkSE 1079d ago | review

Dyad Review - Saving Content

Excerpt: "From the outset, you might think Dyad is some sort of tempest clone, and you’d be wrong. Dyad has a lot more going for it than videos might let on. The ever-evolving gameplay keeps the training wheels on for a few sections. Then slowly and methodically, it removes the screws and one wheel at a time. Soon you’re riding free and performing near flawless sets." (Dyad, PS3) 80/100

Emilio_Estevez  +   1079d ago
I gotta check this one out
HawkSE  +   1079d ago
Awesome. Great name by the way!

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