Shawn McGrath, creator of psychedelic racing game Dyad, did not expect to announce today that his game is coming to Steam. But folks on the internet figured it out.
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In a fit of frustration over Hotline Miami and the way gamers discuss violent games, I ended up talking to game critic/provocateur Cara Ellison. She adores Hotline Miami, you see.
Few endings get it right -- often, they can be the most disappointing part of a work. But Dyad, the PS3's new psychedelic downloadable racer, nails it.
You may have noticed that members of the press are playing the trippy, soaring game Dyad, which comes out next week.
If you're a regular Kotaku Melodic reader, you're no stranger to the idea that despite their cinematic aspirations, video games have more in common with music than they do with film.
At the end of the Game Developers Conference, everyone is usually exhausted. I sure was -- it had been five long days of standing and walking, of typing and recording and listening, of engaging in long, heated conversations about video games. Also long, heated conversations about Buffy, which seemed to be the most popular non-game subject for the conference.
News of Dyad has been out there in the ether for a little while (we've even written about it). The in-development PS3 game combines racing and music, imagining players as a single particle flying along at warp speed.