Dreams PS4 REVIEW: All Details Here
THE DREAMS release date is finally here on PlayStation 4. But what exactly is Dreams and is it any good?
• Dreams is the brand new game from LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule.
• The PS4 release gives players the ability to create their own games and experiences using the extensive in-game tools.
• With the February 14 release date finally here, review scores have started to appear online.
Based on the early review results, PS4 exclusive Dreams is ready to start a dream.
On February 14, Dreams finally arrived at the PS4 after years of development and long periods of early access.
Dreams is an innovative toolkit for the ultimate game designer to create their own creations from the developers of LittleBigPlanet.
Fans may make their own games, play group creations or be inspired by the campaign of the Media Molecule project.
“Explore and play in a growing dream-life full of games, music, art, and all things in and out between,” the official description says.
“Check out fantastic designs from players worldwide and experience Art’s Dream, the amazing story campaign. ‘ Learn how to create your own games, draw and produce music and more with easy-to-follow video tutorials – and then share your ideas through an online social network of imagination.
Media Molecule has another success, based on the early reviews.
PlayStation Universe, God is the Fanboy’s Geek and Attack have all won the perfect score for the title.
“It’s a myth, and Dreams is something that must be played to make the concept fully grasped,” says the review. “It’s different from anything else, an ambitious project that has been expertly brought to life via a media molecule, and an auditeur.” “That’s an infinite creative space,” the review concludes.
“Whether you just want to create, purely play, or get involved in a bit of everything, Dreams offers it all to you. This is one dream I urge you not to sleep on.”
In its 10/10 review, Dreams is named “a solid and impressive collection of creative tools” by PlayStation Universe.
“To find something terrible about Dreams is really hard,” the article says.
“It’s a powerful and impressive collection of imaginative resources which are used for moonlighting as a video game. If creativity isn’t your thing, the Dreamiverse provides an infinite stream of other dreamers ‘ downloadable content and a super fun campaign.’ Dreams are the knees of the bees.’