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Sony Interactive Entertainment, Media Molecule
Feb 14, 2020 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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9 / 10
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Dreams Review Summary

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Welcoming Campaign

Dreams' main campaign is the perfect introduction the myriad of systems and tools at your disposal.

Thriving Community

A thriving online community constantly updates the game with new assets and content to play, remix and share.

Endless Creativity

An almost infinite number of tools and pre-made content empowers players with the ability to create whatever they can imagine.

Dreams is a technical achievement in player-driven content and engagement which welcomes aspiring game designers of all skill levels.

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Dreams - State of Play Release Date Trailer | PS4

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Dreams - Creator Early Access: Create Trailer | PS4

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Dreams - Early Access: Launch Trailer | PS4

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Critic Reviews for Dreams

A place for unlimited creation, Dreams is a highly ambitious concept, and one that has been magically brought to life.

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With an ever-growing wealth of content, few games continually surprise or amaze like Dreams

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Dreams is a technical and creative marvel, a robust game-making toolkit where the only limits are your skill and imagination.

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Dreams is fantastically experimentative, and it's obvious that the near-limitless creation tools provide a platform on which the community can build far into the future, but to judge this package as whole right now, it's not the wider product that leaves a lasting impression.

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There really is nothing else quite like Dreams. Super Mario Maker may make you feel like Nintendo for a few hours, while LittleBigPlanet will let you create a ramshackle platformer or two, but Dreams will grant you the opportunity to create virtually anything you set your mind to. From RPGs to puzzles, to sports games and first-person shooters, this is an endlessly imaginative toy box to open up and play with.

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It should feel dull, but it doesn't. Dreams doesn't feel like homework. Part of that is on the intuitive tools, and part of that is on Media Molecule's community-centric approach. This isn't "just another project" for the team – it's the culmination of everything they've worked toward since LittleBigPlanet.

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Dreams is an impressive game making tool, which includes a great story mode: Art´s Dream. On the downside, motion sensing controls are not too accurate, and the game requires lots of tutorials.

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OpenCritic Coverage

Dreams Gets Free VR Support This Month

Dreams Gets Free VR Support This Month

Beginning three weeks from now on July 22, Media Molecule's Dreams will allow for user-generated virtual reality games and experiences.

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