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Submitted by TrendyGamers 1031d ago | review

Dyad Review | Trendy Gamers

You know that scene at the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey, where Dave Bowman went speeding through a tunnel of light and nothing made a whole lot of sense? Have you ever wanted that experience to be made into a video game? If so, congratulations, because Sony’s latest PSN title looks to be the closest thing you’ll get short of an ill-timed movie tie-in. Dyad puts you in control of a tentacled ball of light, as it accelerates through psychedelic tunnels of colour, “hooking” enemies along the way. It plays like a strange combination of Tempest and Rez, but unfortunately, lacks the originality and charm that either titles possess.

- Trendy Gamers (Dyad, PS3) 6.5/10

rufusman91  +   1031d ago
Deserves an 8 at bare minimum.
MmaFan-Qc  +   1031d ago
indeed the game is awesome, btw, he review by saying its a game like Tempest? really? more like Torus Trooper and Audio Surf.
rolandfurious  +   1031d ago
Torus Trooper is a re-imagining of Tempest.

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