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Submitted by ThomasBW84 736d ago | review

Dyad Review (PlayStation Network) - Push Square

Mike Mason writes: Dyad looks tough to fathom, but with the controller in your hands it's not only a hypnotic game but also a very fair one. It pulls together audio, visual and control well, so even at its most visually confusing it rarely feels like you're not pulling the strings. And while it's possible to complete quite easily on a surface level, mastering its depths to claim all the rewards and place well on the leaderboards could take a rather long time indeed. (Dyad, PS3) 8/10

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