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...
Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
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...
Excerpt: Games like Dyad are hard to describe accurately without simply seeing it for yourself, and even then, it’s still confusing at first glance. It can be compared to a game like Rez , but even that comparison doesn’t do it justice.
Excerpt: Dyad has a lot of offer, combining simple tasks with challenging gameplay and great visual and musical elements to boot. This definitely is not a game to miss. For those who appreciate Rez , this game will be right up your alley.
Pros: Visuals and music are top notch when they can be seen and heard, simple gameplay makes it easy to pick up
Cons: Too many crazy moments could overwhelm the player
Conclusion: Price aside, DYAD is one of the most viscerally enthralling music/puzzle games you’ll come across, and a friendly reminder that with the right person in charge, a small project can certainly bloom into something big. We highly suggest checking it out, without hesitation.
Excerpt: Dyad is one of those wonderful indie titles that's so strange it doesn't even fit easily into an established game genre. Puzzle-racing hybrid is probably the best description one can muster. You play as a particle moving through a cylindrical tube.