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Submitted by -Mezzo- 287d ago | review

PC Gamer - DYAD review

PC Gamer - There aren’t many games that can be described as beautiful, but Dyad is one of them. Spinning together a mesmerising blend of music and image with tight and ever-shifting game rules, it’s one of the most beguiling and uplifting games I’ve experienced. And that’s speaking as a Rez obsessive.

To describe it risks stripping some of the magic away, so bear with me. A way to start understanding Dyad would be to think of Tempest, in the sense that you’re a ship that runs around the inner wall of a tube, and you kind of shoot enemies as you speed towards them. (Dyad, PC) 86/100

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Venox2008  +   287d ago
good game

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