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Rollercoaster Dreams

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 22, 2016

Developer: Bimboosoft

Genre: Simulation

Visit the amusement parks which are created by the players from all over the world. The players from all over the world will visit the amusement parks which are created by you. Rollercoaster Dreams will fulfill these dreams.

Rollercoaster Dreams is an amusement park management game. You can play in your own amusement parks, and amusement parks made by players from all over the world! The game supports PlayStation VR, so you can feel like you’re truly in the game world.

As you know, you can see objects in real 3D with PlayStation VR. But the visual element isn’t the only feature of PS VR that enhances a player’s immersion. PS VR also has awesome 3D virtual surround sound. When you wear headphones you can recognize the position of sounds. I thought it would be impossible to generate sound positions with headphones, but I was surprised to learn that we recognize sound position by differences in sound timing, not the sound wave direction. The virtual surround sound enhances the realistic sensation of the amusement parks in Rollercoaster Dreams.
Rollercoaster Dreams - Announcement Trailer | PS4, PS VR thumbnail

Rollercoaster Dreams - Announcement Trailer | PS4, PS VR

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Reviews

TechRaptor

1 / 10.0
Samuel Guglielmo

If something can go wrong in Rollercoaster Dreams, it does. This is a game that attempts every gameplay idea it can and messes them up one by one without fail. There are no dreams here, only nightmares.

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Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded

I appreciate everything that the developers were trying to achieve with Rollercoaster Dreams, but this game should be a real lesson in working within your means. The best, most well-resourced developers in the world would struggle to make a quality simulation game with online sharing, VR support, and the ability to fully explore and interact with your creations. This is the work of a small indie developer that should have focused on getting a few things right, than throwing in everything and failing at it all.

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