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Is DREAMS a "Game" Worth the Price? (Ps4) – Review



Sometimes a game comes out that almost defies explanation. Dreams is a project that lets YOU make games…but does that mean it is fun? Lets talk about that in my review!

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Dreams is a game creation system developed by Media Molecule and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. The game puts focus on ‘play, create and share’, and allows players to create user-generated content in the form of fully-fledged video games, video game logic and mechanics, assets, 3D sculptures, music, art and more. This content can then be shared or remixed to be used in other’s creations. It is scheduled for release on 14 February 2020. Dreams features a campaign mode developed by Media Molecule known as “Art’s Dream”, and an environment where users can create their own games for others to play, or play an expanding list of games created by others.

In Dreams, players control an “imp”, which is used to interact with the game’s world (like a mouse cursor), create new items and characters, and manipulate objects by grabbing and pulling them. Players move the imp by using the DualShock 4 or PlayStation Move controllers. The imp is customizable, and can possess characters featured in a dream, allowing players to take direct control of these characters.

Dreams’s levels are separated by different segments known as “dreams”, and these dreams are connected by different gateways such as doors. Players encounter different puzzles in the game, which must be solved by using the abilities of the imp and the possessed characters, as well as the objects players retrieved in a dream. Items collected by players can be used to alter and modify the state of the game’s world.

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