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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 862d ago | review

D+PAD: Dyad Review

D+PAD Writes:

There’s an overused stereotype that paints the videogamer as a recluse, hunched on the sofa with the curtains drawn, dead eyes fixed on the glow of the television screen, the only sign of life being the insect-twitch of thumbs on joypad. As a committed gamer, this is something I would ordinarily contest wholeheartedly, but in considering Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket’s (or ][) mind-melting Dyad there’s a very strong chance that that was me. Though the sun was shining outside, there I was sitting motionless on the sofa, curtains drawn, eyes barely blinking with my mind in very real danger of being sucked into the TV before exploding into a grisly fountain of neon-tinged psychedelia. Dyad, you see, wants to mess with your mind and there’s every chance that you’ll be more than willing to let it. (Dyad, PS3) 4/5

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