Summary: “[ Dyad ] is a racing game with some shooting elements, puzzle elements, and there’s like a meta-game on top of it that sort of comments on your state of mind when you get into the flow state of playing the game.
Conclusion: It seems inevitable that Dyad will split opinion, but Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket has created a title that is perfectly pitched for its intended audience. With slick production, vibrant and imaginative visuals and a soundtrack that compliments the on-screen action perfectly, gamers with...
Conclusion: Dyad is a fantastic debut for ][ studios (that’s read as Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket) and fulfills a gamer’s inner delight for speed. The infusion of ambient electronic music tracks that change depending on the speed with which you travel down tunnels evokes memories of Rez , but...
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Conclusion: Concept: A spellbinding exercise in twitch reflexes and sensory overload
Graphics: Could easily be mistaken for a high-end audio visualizer
Sound: I hope you like electronic trance music and air horns
Playability: The basic controls are simple and reliable.