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Submitted by gaminoz 992d ago | review

OXCGN’s Dyad PSN Review: You are freaking out, man

OXCGN:

"A few years ago I heard a radio broadcast of Joe Rogan describing what it was like to take Dimethyltryptamine, a potent psychedelic...

Suddenly, I had a very apt description of the face-melting gameplay that I’ve been grappling with for the past week.

Let me be clear: Dyad is not a passive experience. You can’t just put your brain in the passenger seat and watch the LSD-inspired visuals fly by." (Dyad, PS3) 8/10

gaminoz  +   992d ago
Crazy sounding game! I think I'd get a headache!
BadCircuit  +   992d ago
So is that what LSD is like
DeusExer  +   992d ago
Reminds me a lot of Child of Eden, one trippy but amazing game.
Eske  +   992d ago
It's a trippy game, but it's also brutally hard. Some of the trophy levels still seem impossibly hard to me.

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