Dreams, developed by Media Molecule a gaming company you might know from fabulous games such as Little Big Planet and Tearaway recently released Dreams. Someone just remade Pelican Town from Stardew Valley and… it is breathtaking!
In Dreams you can create pretty much anything! Players who are currently dreaming up amazing levels have proven how extensive the creator really is.
The most recent announcement trailer has shown how vasitile the game really is. From Mario 64 remakes, to full on three 3D racing and adventure games, anything is possible.
Pelican Town in Dreams!
In Dreams you can either create your own dreams or play the thousands of Dreams other people created. In this case a Dreams player has re-created Pelican Town from Stardew Valley! It is absolutely gorgeous and beautiful to watch.
The PlayStation 4 exclusive game-maker title, Dreams, just got a new trailer ahead of launch.
The Official launch of Dreams is tomorrow, and the development team over at Media Molecule has treated us a nice new trailer to celebrate. The trailer gives a sort of overview as to what some of the amazing options and features that Dreams will have, and the wide array of games that you will be able to create.
The early access users have certainly been showing us some pretty amazing things, including a very realistic plate of food, for some reason. We’ve seen some cool Zelda-likes, puzzlers and even 3D open world exploration games. There is really no limit to what you can do in Dreams.
The developers recently Tweeted that their beautiful world creation game, Dreams, is now 100% completed.
As far as being cute and amazing, Dreams definitely gives you the tools you need to create wonderful and aesthetically astounding worlds. The game gives you the ability to easily create anything that you can imagine. Early access players gave us some footage of how extensive the game can really be, and it sure is impressive.
Much like the level editor in Little Big Planet, the tools provided in Dreams come with an endless amount of options where you can explore, experience and play in the limitless imagination of players around the world. We are certainly in for a treat real soon, given some of the amazing things we’ve seen from creation games like Minecraft and Dragon Quest Builders 2.
Well, after being in early access since April 16th of 2019, the developers, Media Molecule, recently Tweeted that their game is now 100% ready for their launch. Dreams will release on February 14th exclusively on the Playstation 4. Media Molecule is also responsible for such games as Little Big Planet and Tearaway: Unfolded.
PlayStation’s State of Play just finished live-streaming today (December 10th, 2019) and if you missed it, you can check out the 20 minutes video below. Some exciting release dates were given, announcements of games coming to the PS4 were made, and one interesting new VR game has caught my attention.
State of Play kicks off with Untitled Goose Game. It has already been released on the Epic Games Store and I’ve had a chance to play it on the Nintendo Switch and really enjoy it. Now this hilarious stealth game is coming to the PS4 on December 17th, 2019! The more platforms the better!
Dreams is finally releasing!
Another one of my favorite surprises was that of a release date for Dreams. Dreams, by Media Molecule, allows you to basically create your own game for yourself and others to enjoy, and has been in Early Access for quite some time now. However, look forward to exploring worlds of limitless imagination on February 14th, 2020.
A couple of other wholesome game mentions where that of Superliminal, a puzzle game inspired by forced perspective, which is not only available now on the Epics Game Store, but will be available on the PS4 sometime in 2020. We also have a date for Kingdom Hearts III’s DLC, Re-Mind, which is January 20th, 2020. This new DLC will feature new playable characters like Kairi! You can play a free demo of Kingdom Hearts III if you haven’t played it already, with more information on that here.
Paper Beast is a VR adventure game coming soon in Q1 2020. We got to see some footage where you can immerse yourself in a simulated living world. You can interact with the environment and what appears to be origami-like creatures! To learn more about Paper Beats, go here.
Dreams is a game developed by Media Molecule a gaming company you might know from fabulous games such as Little Big Planet and Tearaway. Dreams is the companies next ambitious project where you can create anything you want.
In Dreams you can create pretty much anything and players who are currently dreaming up amazing levels have proven how extensive the creator really is. Recent videos that emerged from the early access have shown re-creations of games like Sonic which was fully made inside Dreams.
Much like the level editor in Little Big Planet, the tools provided in Dreams come with an endless amount of options where you can explore, experience and play in the limitless imagination of players around the world. Check out the video below for some incredible ambitious projects from dedicated fans who have recreated Zelda Ocarina of Time, Cuphead and even mobile hit Flappy Bird inside the world of Dreams.
Media Molecule reveled in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, that they are currently considering to expand the universe beyond the PlayStation platform to allow creators to share their Dreams with anyone in the world and even make a good penny doing so.
Dreams is currently available on PlayStation 4 through Early Access only, if you want to start creating your own games without the need of complicated programing or simply want to unleash your creativity and build alone or with friends Dreams might be the game of… your dreams.
The winning games chosen by the Gamescom jury were announced during Opening Night Live last night and we here at myPotatoGameGames are so happy for everyone mentioned below! Especially some of our favorite indie games that we have been rooting for such as Planet Zoo and Concrete Genie! Gamescom Awards honor the best games and products premiering at the event that are submitted by game developers, and are reviewed by an independent international jury of experts. The winners chosen by the public have yet to be announced during a live-stream on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 (Gamescom’s last day). You can still vote for your favorites on the show-floor such as “Best Booth” or the Gamescom “Most Wanted“ if you find yourself in Colognes, Germany!