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Dyad Review | Gaming Age

Dustin Chadwell writes: While Dyad can certainly be classified as a video game, I feel like the word “experience” almost fits it better. To a certain degree it feels like there’s a page taken out of Thatgamecompany’s playbook, the team behind other PSN exclusive hits like Flower and Journey. Both featured mechanics that could certainly be compared to any other video game, but there’s a certain level of absorption into their worlds that rarely occurs in traditional, blockbuster, formulaic titles that fill store shelves. (Dyad, PS3) A+/A+

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