Excerpt: Sega has been known for quite a few magical, fun, clean, and safe video games throughout the years. Sure there have been some hits, and some misses, but Sega has not been that far behind Nintendo in that regard. Nights Journey of Dreams on the Nintendo Wii is high flying fun that is generally safe for the entire family. Players get to play Will ( a little boy), and Helen ( a little girl) as they dream. They merge with Nights to save the Nightopians.
Excerpt: When we first heard that SEGA were returning to one of their most-cherished IPs of the last century, we were euphoric but had our reservations. The enchanting original won over the hearts of many (including our own) when it launched on the ill-fated Saturn back in 1996, but given SEGA’s recent track record of revisiting classic IPs, were we right in being sceptical over the future of the franchise?
Conclusion: Despite my growing tank-commanding prowess, my bad experience during the start of the game did not swing into a much more positive one later in the game. I found controlling the tank to be a chore, even with automated help for driving and shooting. The game has some stability problems and a number of bugs that should have been squashed before release, especially since the game has been out in Russia for some time now.
Excerpt: Check out VideoGamer.com's NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams Video Review . According to the internet, flying dreams mean one of three things. If you're flying with ease and having a whale of a time then you're doing well in real life - you're on top of things. If your flying dream is a bit like riding the passenger seat with those weirdoes from the reality driving test show, then that means you're struggling to control your own life and may have encountered obstacles that are...
Summary: Parents need to know that this game has mild fantasy violence. Attacks consist of either flying fast through an enemy or flying a complete loop around them to capture them. None of the attacks look overly physical or gruesome. If you avoid using the Wii remote and switch to a classic controller, this game is best enjoyed by younger players since it's a pretty easy game to learn.
Excerpt: I was a Sonic kid. Unlike my friends, I never went Super with my Nintendo, I begged my parents for a Genesis instead. A couple years and a hundred mowed lawns later, I purchased a Saturn due to the impending hype of its first killer-app, Sonic Xtreme . While a true 32-bit Sonic would never materialize, in its place Yuji Naka and Takashi Iizuka would deliver NiGHTS: Into Dreams..., a game promising to capture the essence of flight.