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Dyad- PS3

Dyad- PS3
alaScore 89

22 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dyad- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Dyad

 

Imagine you are a particle travelling through the Large Hadron Collider, how would the world appear to you? That is the question Shaun McGrath poses with Dyad, a synesthetic tube-racing puzzler. The answer, it would seem, is like gliding at warp speed...

An experience, more than anything else, is exactly what Dyad aims to be. It’s physically impossible for human perception to exist on the scale of a single accelerated particle, but I have no doubt that McGrath’s work wonderfully conveys the raw energy...

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Dyad

 

One of my favorite movies is Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. There's one sequence that stands out more than the dramatic evolution of

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Dyad Review

 

We've seen multiple examples of developers experimenting with rhythm-based mechanics, and many of the results are both highly innovative and enjoyable. Dyad is another such title, despite its often overly chaotic presentation. There's a lot going on,...

The Ugly: “I swear I don’t take drugs…wait, maybe this is a drug.”

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Dyad Review

 

Synesthesia.

Wondrous music; Moves; Adding layers of gameplay

Shallow and repetitive

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Synesthesia.

Wondrous music; Moves; Adding layers of gameplay

Shallow and repetitive

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Dyad Playtest: Five Facets of Dyad

 

Dyad is a tunnel-racing/shooting/puzzle-solving game whose rules are constantly shifting. Here are five of the game's 27 stages, to provide a snapshot of the game.

After clearing each stage, you can play a "remix" of it. You can customize the stage, inverting the colors, matching the speed of the music to the speed of your movement, or make the level infinite. I personally didn’t use this option very much, but I...

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Dyad Review

 

Dyad is an entertaining collection of clever gameplay mechanics made more exciting by a trippy presentation.

Intriguing mix of gameplay mechanics lead to a unique experience ; Fantastic audio design that evolves according to your actions ; Varied goals give each level its own rhythm ; Trophy stages provide tough challenges

Hectic speeds and busy visuals can sometimes make you feel out of control

There are a few times when Dyad's abstract presentation is so overwhelming that you don't feel in control of your own destiny. But by and large, this unique game keeps you invested. Each stage lulls you into a pleasant rhythm, but Dyad changes the pace...

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Dyad Review: Tripping the Light Fantastic

 

Games' debut offers a manic and frantic answer to Rez.

When I played Dyad at this year's E3, I had my doubts; sure, my brief encounter with the game had me wanting more, but when compared to the sublime Sound Shapes, I wondered if ][ Games' own take on rhythm action would provide the same longevity. I've...

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Dyad Review

 

The long-in-development PSN exclusive Dyad has finally arrived. But was this genre-combining game worth the wait? Let's find out.

We’ve known about Dyad for a long time – it’s been in development for several years -- but it still somehow flew under my radar as far as something that really compelled me to play it. But when I started playing Dyad, everything changed. This PSN...

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Dyad

 

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...

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