NiGHTS into Dreams... for PlayStation 3
PS3

NiGHTS into Dreams...

Oct 2, 2012

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Sonic Team
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Fly through a world of dreams filled with amazing effects, mystical creatures, and terrible monsters in this HD remake of SEGA's fan-favorite flying platformer, NiGHTS into Dreams! Slip off into the dream world and go on an aerial adventure as NiGHTS, flying through a world of dreams filled with amazing effects, mystical creatures, and terrible monsters. Collect Ideya (colored orbs), rack up points, and battle bosses to help Elliot and Claris save Nightopia from Wizeman the Wicked. With enhanced graphics, achievements, and leaderboards this beloved title is back and better than ever. Face your worst nightmares and defeat them in NiGHTS into Dreams...

Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.40
Martin GastonOct 10, 2012
Get over that confusion, though, and NiGHTS becomes invigorating. This spangly new HD version offers you a choice between a 'Brand New Dreams' mode and the Saturn original, with the former a slightly HD-ified version of the 2008 PlayStation 2 port of the Saturn original, which only ever saw the light of day in Japan. It's probably the best way to play now, despite a slightly ham-fisted attempt to make the game run in 16:9.
7.00
Az EliasOct 04, 2015
It might seem a bit odd to begin with, but after a few goes it doesn't take long to see the charm behind the game and that the appeal comes in replaying stages to become familiar enough with them to rack up high scores and achieve those coveted A grades. Fans of the original will no doubt not even need to think twice about purchasing it, but for Sonic Team fans that didn't play it, NiGHTS into Dreams is certainly worth looking into if only to attain a reminder of the magic that the Sonic Team of old was able to produce.
Joe WalkerOct 11, 2012
It’s been 16 years since NiGHTS was released and yet it shines as bright today as it did then, inviting players into a world that is still unlike any other game. The terribly impatient might take issue with the initial lack of direction, but those that cherished the game on their Saturn and anyone looking for an engaging testament to a simpler time are going to be overjoyed with this.

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