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Anyone else excited for Dreams? This game lets you build anything you can dream of, it lets you build any kind of thing you want or any kind of game! People have created a lot of amazing stuff in a short time in the beta. So without further ado, here is some info on the game if you have not been keeping up!

Dig into an overview of what you can do when starting the game, check out the Story mode and meet its lead characters, then enjoy a showcase of how easy it is to create environments and levels using either PS Move or Dualshock 4 controllers.

https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/12/...rt-videos/

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Studio Director Siobhan Reddy, Art Director Kareem Ettouney, Technical Director Alex Evans and Creative Director Mark Healey offer an overview of what Dreams is all about.



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Here’s your first look at the three interweaving narratives that make up Dreams’ central Story Mode, all built using the very same tools that you’ll have access to.



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Creating an environment in Dreams in 5 minutes
Art Director Kareem Ettouney demonstrates how easy it is to create a beautiful environment in the games’ Dream Shaping mode.

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Creating a level in Dreams in under 10 minutes
Finally, Level Designer John Beech puts together a fully playable level.

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Media Molecule presents Dreams | PSX Panel 2017.
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Livestream
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/208218124

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/208478912

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Articles:

Kotaku- Dreams For PS4 Is Hard To Explain, But It Looks Brilliant
Kotaku Wrote:
Dreams does not really make sense until you see the creative tools that were used to make it. Those tools are given to every player. Unlike LittleBigPlanet, or indeed any other game that invites you to create your own levels, Dreams does not limit you to collaging together textures, items, music, characters et cetera created for you by the developer. It lets you create every single one of those things yourself, if you want. Once I realized that every tiny detail in the single-player levels was made with these tools, from the suitcases on a train platform to the flying dragon with its emphatic facial expressions—and then I realized that I could make something like that, too—I began to understand the full scope of Dreams, and what it is trying to make possible.


IGN- PSX 2017: Dreams is Beautiful, Complicated, and Has Endless Potential
IGN Wrote:
Dreams is a hard game to explain. It is a game, but it’s also a creation tool, a social network, a film studio, a music editor, and so much more, all wrapped into a single package.


PSU- Dreams for PS4 is the ultimate creation engine
PSU Wrote:
Dreams is an incredibly deep experience, but only as deep as you make it. No interest in creation, as quick and accessible as those tools are? Sit back and enjoy auto-surf. Let Dreams stitch together various community creations into a loose, two-hour play session. Filter your experience by tone (cute, horror, action, etc.), by game type, or with custom tags. Search for creators by name, or find any topic and subject matter using text search. Like something you see but have ideas for making it better? Take that content and publish a Remix. Want to know all the assets and creators that went into making something? View its Genealogy, a branching cookie trail that shows all content and creators involved plus relevant Remixes. Don’t care for that complexity? Start a project with baked-in characters and environments. Invite your friends to be collaborators and add their touch. Publish it, or keep it a private workspace.


DigitalTrends- Dreams’ is a game about making games, and it goes as deep as you want
DigitalTrends Wrote:
The ultimate goal is that, as users create and upload stuff, the growing compendium of shareable elements that anyone can use will form the backbone of a massive, collaborative community. And if you use someone's original music or their original character or their original animations in your level, Dreams automatically credits them in your creation -- which makes it possible for others to see who made what, and potentially follow that person, commend them, and find their other work.

But while Dreams' capabilities are complex, using it is meant to be as simple as possible. Most everything can be controlled intuitively with the motion capabilities of the DualShock 4 controller, and the developers said they're working to make performance the means by which things are added to the game. That means if you want to add a simple animation to something, like moving a platform back and forth for a character to jump onto, you just select the object, set the game to record an animation, and then move your controller however you want the platform to move. Stop recording and the animation is there in the game.

Some info:
  • Dream is coming in 2019.
  • For the open beta MM will be inducting players in waves starting the week of January 8th
  • Think LBP in 3D and with way more possibilities.
  • Couch co-op up to 4 players.
  • Local multiplayer on launch, online planned after.
  • There will be a beta before the release.
  • You can play and create using the normal Dualshock 4 controller,  Move is an option.
  • There are also tutorials built into the game.
  • PSVR support is coming post launch.
  • There is a full physics system included in dreams for things like gravity, weight, and projectiles etc...
  • PS4 Pro support:  4k output or 'arcade mode' (higher frame rate) at 1080p. But all gameplay, tools and content is the same on pro & base.
  • You can share everything you make and collaborate with other people.
  • You can download other people's creations and play or use them as assets in your creations.
  • You can gain XP on your profil depending on what you do, for instanceas as animator, player, or designer. That allows you to easily find people that like doing specific things.
  • Thermometer limit is about complexity, not size.
  • You can link the levels.
  • You can create 100 levels on 1 map, and you can put 4 maps in one
All the things you can make in Dreams.

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Dreams - TGA 2017 Trailer

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Anyone else excited for Dreams? This game lets you build anything you can dream of, it lets you build any kind of thing you want or any kind of game! People have created a lot of amazing stuff in a short time in the beta. So without further ado, here is some info on the game if you have not been keeping up!

Dig into an overview of what you can do when starting the game, check out the Story mode and meet its lead characters, then enjoy a showcase of how easy it is to create environments and levels using either PS Move or Dualshock 4 controllers.

https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/12/...rt-videos/

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Studio Director Siobhan Reddy, Art Director Kareem Ettouney, Technical Director Alex Evans and Creative Director Mark Healey offer an overview of what Dreams is all about.



[Image: iZiMHKv.png]
Here’s your first look at the three interweaving narratives that make up Dreams’ central Story Mode, all built using the very same tools that you’ll have access to.



[Image: uidVv9w.png]  
Creating an environment in Dreams in 5 minutes
Art Director Kareem Ettouney demonstrates how easy it is to create a beautiful environment in the games’ Dream Shaping mode.

[Image: karem93u7n.png]

Creating a level in Dreams in under 10 minutes
Finally, Level Designer John Beech puts together a fully playable level.

[Image: john8au9e.png]


[Image: 6tABBtG.png]

[Image: music1akme.png]

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Media Molecule presents Dreams | PSX Panel 2017.
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Livestream
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/208218124

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/208478912

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Articles:

Kotaku- Dreams For PS4 Is Hard To Explain, But It Looks Brilliant
Kotaku Wrote:
Dreams does not really make sense until you see the creative tools that were used to make it. Those tools are given to every player. Unlike LittleBigPlanet, or indeed any other game that invites you to create your own levels, Dreams does not limit you to collaging together textures, items, music, characters et cetera created for you by the developer. It lets you create every single one of those things yourself, if you want. Once I realized that every tiny detail in the single-player levels was made with these tools, from the suitcases on a train platform to the flying dragon with its emphatic facial expressions—and then I realized that I could make something like that, too—I began to understand the full scope of Dreams, and what it is trying to make possible.


IGN- PSX 2017: Dreams is Beautiful, Complicated, and Has Endless Potential
IGN Wrote:
Dreams is a hard game to explain. It is a game, but it’s also a creation tool, a social network, a film studio, a music editor, and so much more, all wrapped into a single package.


PSU- Dreams for PS4 is the ultimate creation engine
PSU Wrote:
Dreams is an incredibly deep experience, but only as deep as you make it. No interest in creation, as quick and accessible as those tools are? Sit back and enjoy auto-surf. Let Dreams stitch together various community creations into a loose, two-hour play session. Filter your experience by tone (cute, horror, action, etc.), by game type, or with custom tags. Search for creators by name, or find any topic and subject matter using text search. Like something you see but have ideas for making it better? Take that content and publish a Remix. Want to know all the assets and creators that went into making something? View its Genealogy, a branching cookie trail that shows all content and creators involved plus relevant Remixes. Don’t care for that complexity? Start a project with baked-in characters and environments. Invite your friends to be collaborators and add their touch. Publish it, or keep it a private workspace.


DigitalTrends- Dreams’ is a game about making games, and it goes as deep as you want
DigitalTrends Wrote:
The ultimate goal is that, as users create and upload stuff, the growing compendium of shareable elements that anyone can use will form the backbone of a massive, collaborative community. And if you use someone's original music or their original character or their original animations in your level, Dreams automatically credits them in your creation -- which makes it possible for others to see who made what, and potentially follow that person, commend them, and find their other work.

But while Dreams' capabilities are complex, using it is meant to be as simple as possible. Most everything can be controlled intuitively with the motion capabilities of the DualShock 4 controller, and the developers said they're working to make performance the means by which things are added to the game. That means if you want to add a simple animation to something, like moving a platform back and forth for a character to jump onto, you just select the object, set the game to record an animation, and then move your controller however you want the platform to move. Stop recording and the animation is there in the game.

Some info:
  • Dream is coming in 2019.
  • For the open beta MM will be inducting players in waves starting the week of January 8th
  • Think LBP in 3D and with way more possibilities.
  • Couch co-op up to 4 players.
  • Local multiplayer on launch, online planned after.
  • There will be a beta before the release.
  • You can play and create using the normal Dualshock 4 controller,  Move is an option.
  • There are also tutorials built into the game.
  • PSVR support is coming post launch.
  • There is a full physics system included in dreams for things like gravity, weight, and projectiles etc...
  • PS4 Pro support:  4k output or 'arcade mode' (higher frame rate) at 1080p. But all gameplay, tools and content is the same on pro & base.
  • You can share everything you make and collaborate with other people.
  • You can download other people's creations and play or use them as assets in your creations.
  • You can gain XP on your profil depending on what you do, for instanceas as animator, player, or designer. That allows you to easily find people that like doing specific things.
  • Thermometer limit is about complexity, not size.
  • You can link the levels.
  • You can create 100 levels on 1 map, and you can put 4 maps in one
All the things you can make in Dreams.

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Dreams - TGA 2017 Trailer

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I'm not excited for the game, but that's mostly because while the concept sounds very cool and even impressive, marketing for the game tends to be rather low-key with most stuff about the game coming out in streams by Media Molecule, rather than trailers or any of the other usual big methods of promoting a game to the masses.

I've seen a few things from the recent Beta such as recreations of environments from PT and Dead Space, and they are very impressive, especially considering the people making those haven't had much time with the game to learn the tools and make those creations. There could be tons of other cool things in there too, but the few bits that have come out have done so because people are breaking NDA.

What I want more than anything is for the game to have an accessible creation suite. LBP never managed to make it easy to learn how to create things and I hated having ideas that I couldn't tell how to bring to fruition without just doing so much trial and error to learn things the game should have taught me. Want to make a top down racer like the LBP2 Story Mode has? Well we're not telling you anything on how to make that, so either a member of the community makes the tutorial or you just work it out for yourself. Working things out should be how to push the mechanics beyond what is expected like what MM saw happen with LBP1. Not trying to recreate things that you've seen the developers making officially.
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I'm not excited for the game, but that's mostly because while the concept sounds very cool and even impressive, marketing for the game tends to be rather low-key with most stuff about the game coming out in streams by Media Molecule, rather than trailers or any of the other usual big methods of promoting a game to the masses.

I've seen a few things from the recent Beta such as recreations of environments from PT and Dead Space, and they are very impressive, especially considering the people making those haven't had much time with the game to learn the tools and make those creations. There could be tons of other cool things in there too, but the few bits that have come out have done so because people are breaking NDA.

What I want more than anything is for the game to have an accessible creation suite. LBP never managed to make it easy to learn how to create things and I hated having ideas that I couldn't tell how to bring to fruition without just doing so much trial and error to learn things the game should have taught me. Want to make a top down racer like the LBP2 Story Mode has? Well we're not telling you anything on how to make that, so either a member of the community makes the tutorial or you just work it out for yourself. Working things out should be how to push the mechanics beyond what is expected like what MM saw happen with LBP1. Not trying to recreate things that you've seen the developers making officially.
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I'm in the same boat as Moony, though I'm more interested in playing the things other people have made than actually utilizing the creative tools themselves.

I had a thought the other day that it'd be a cool viral marketing campaign for MM to utilize the beta stuff people have been recreating to get people conversing on whether or not the game was the original or the one made in Dreams LOL
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I'm in the same boat as Moony, though I'm more interested in playing the things other people have made than actually utilizing the creative tools themselves.

I had a thought the other day that it'd be a cool viral marketing campaign for MM to utilize the beta stuff people have been recreating to get people conversing on whether or not the game was the original or the one made in Dreams LOL
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(01-28-2019, 03:32 AM)ShiraNoMai Wrote:
I had a thought the other day that it'd be a cool viral marketing campaign for MM to utilize the beta stuff people have been recreating to get people conversing on whether or not the game was the original or the one made in Dreams LOL
That could be neat, especially with showing the power of the tools available. The only hurdle would be whether other companies would be happy to have their work being used to market another game. Technically both get exposure but it's more for the benefit and sales of Dreams than for the game being shown.

(01-28-2019, 03:32 AM)ShiraNoMai Wrote:
I'm in the same boat as Moony, though I'm more interested in playing the things other people have made than actually utilizing the creative tools themselves.
This is what would make me hesitant to purchase the game at launch. Unless any amazing work from the beta gets brought to the final release, there would be at least a wait of a few weeks before a decent flow of content would be coming in from other players. The only thing that can offset that is either a decent campaign that isn't too short, and if you're a creator then you can spend the time waiting by just playing with the tools to make your own stuff.
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(01-28-2019, 03:32 AM)ShiraNoMai Wrote:
I had a thought the other day that it'd be a cool viral marketing campaign for MM to utilize the beta stuff people have been recreating to get people conversing on whether or not the game was the original or the one made in Dreams LOL
That could be neat, especially with showing the power of the tools available. The only hurdle would be whether other companies would be happy to have their work being used to market another game. Technically both get exposure but it's more for the benefit and sales of Dreams than for the game being shown.

(01-28-2019, 03:32 AM)ShiraNoMai Wrote:
I'm in the same boat as Moony, though I'm more interested in playing the things other people have made than actually utilizing the creative tools themselves.
This is what would make me hesitant to purchase the game at launch. Unless any amazing work from the beta gets brought to the final release, there would be at least a wait of a few weeks before a decent flow of content would be coming in from other players. The only thing that can offset that is either a decent campaign that isn't too short, and if you're a creator then you can spend the time waiting by just playing with the tools to make your own stuff.
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(01-28-2019, 03:40 AM)Moonface Wrote:
The only thing that can offset that is either a decent campaign that isn't too short, and if you're a creator then you can spend the time waiting by just playing with the tools to make your own stuff.

Speaking of, I hadn't seen any of the single player stuff since they announced the game initially. I forget that the title actually comes from the narrative itself, not necessarily from the creation aspect (though it ties in). Seems neat, if anything, and would love to see it play it. It being a supposed interwoven universe, I'm curious to see how it'll all tie together
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(01-28-2019, 03:40 AM)Moonface Wrote:
The only thing that can offset that is either a decent campaign that isn't too short, and if you're a creator then you can spend the time waiting by just playing with the tools to make your own stuff.

Speaking of, I hadn't seen any of the single player stuff since they announced the game initially. I forget that the title actually comes from the narrative itself, not necessarily from the creation aspect (though it ties in). Seems neat, if anything, and would love to see it play it. It being a supposed interwoven universe, I'm curious to see how it'll all tie together
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From everything I’ve heard is it’s way easier than LBP to create. Of course you will still need to do the tutorials and spend time to master advanced stuff but it’s way easier. I loved LBP but couldn’t create anything if my life depended on it. Lol Modnation Racers was super easy though. One other thing that helps is you don’t have to create everything from scratch, you can take creations from other levels and copy it to your level. You can keep it the same or remix it.

As far as marketing, yeah everything is low key because it’s still in beta. Once things are ironed out and they can finalize a date they will start to market it more.

I thought the LBP2 campaign was pretty awesome so I have faith the campaign in this will be pretty good.
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From everything I’ve heard is it’s way easier than LBP to create. Of course you will still need to do the tutorials and spend time to master advanced stuff but it’s way easier. I loved LBP but couldn’t create anything if my life depended on it. Lol Modnation Racers was super easy though. One other thing that helps is you don’t have to create everything from scratch, you can take creations from other levels and copy it to your level. You can keep it the same or remix it.

As far as marketing, yeah everything is low key because it’s still in beta. Once things are ironed out and they can finalize a date they will start to market it more.

I thought the LBP2 campaign was pretty awesome so I have faith the campaign in this will be pretty good.
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NDA has been lifted! Streaming and discussion of the beta are now allowed. Here’s a good write up of one user’s experience.

http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/01/h...lusive_yet
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NDA has been lifted! Streaming and discussion of the beta are now allowed. Here’s a good write up of one user’s experience.

http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/01/h...lusive_yet
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Dreams is getting an early access release! Just for creation and playing creations, the campaign and official MM levels won't be included until full release!

Quote:Dreams Early Access will be available digitally through the PlayStation Store this spring, priced at $29.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in the US and $39.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in Canada.

When released, Dreams Early Access will be available digitally through the PlayStation Store and priced at €29.99. Early Access will be available in UK, USA, Australia, Austria, Benelux, New Zealand, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Spain.

As with all Early Access titles, if you purchase at the point of Early Access starting, you won't need to spend any more money once Dreams launches in full.




Compilation Q&A from the Dreams Discord: https://www.reddit.com/r/PS4Dreams/comme...e_discord/

US: https://blog.us.playstation.com/2019/02/...is-spring/
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Dreams is getting an early access release! Just for creation and playing creations, the campaign and official MM levels won't be included until full release!

Quote:Dreams Early Access will be available digitally through the PlayStation Store this spring, priced at $29.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in the US and $39.99 MSRP (+ applicable tax) in Canada.

When released, Dreams Early Access will be available digitally through the PlayStation Store and priced at €29.99. Early Access will be available in UK, USA, Australia, Austria, Benelux, New Zealand, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Spain.

As with all Early Access titles, if you purchase at the point of Early Access starting, you won't need to spend any more money once Dreams launches in full.




Compilation Q&A from the Dreams Discord: https://www.reddit.com/r/PS4Dreams/comme...e_discord/

US: https://blog.us.playstation.com/2019/02/...is-spring/
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Pretty neat to offer an early access version of the game to let people experience the creation tools. I expect a lot of people will buy this simply because the community aspect is what generates the best content and (obvious) value for money in any Mm games and will see the campaign coming later as just extra bonus content. I just wish it wasn't digital only though. Eh
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Pretty neat to offer an early access version of the game to let people experience the creation tools. I expect a lot of people will buy this simply because the community aspect is what generates the best content and (obvious) value for money in any Mm games and will see the campaign coming later as just extra bonus content. I just wish it wasn't digital only though. Eh
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Yeah same here but this is a genius move! It allows everyone who plans on creating to build up a big library of content before launch so when it does launch there will be lots for those who don’t like creating stuff.

The beta brought some amazing things but this is longer and will have more people.

Means it probably won’t fully release until mid summer at the earliest though. Sad
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Yeah same here but this is a genius move! It allows everyone who plans on creating to build up a big library of content before launch so when it does launch there will be lots for those who don’t like creating stuff.

The beta brought some amazing things but this is longer and will have more people.

Means it probably won’t fully release until mid summer at the earliest though. Sad
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