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.
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.
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.
Conclusion: NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams, a sequel to the 11 year old Sega Saturn game NiGHTS: Into Dreams that was Sega’s answer to Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64, tells the tale of Will and Helen, two children who find themselves trapped inside the dream world Nightopia.
Conclusion: In an attempt to add some variety to the flying levels there are a few nice additions to the game, including persona masks that transform NiGHTS and give her extra abilities, such as a rocket mask that allows her to travel at high speeds or a dragon mask that allows her to withstand any winds.
Conclusion: After some of the recent atrocities that have come out of Sonic Team, we have to say this is definitely one of their better efforts. Now Sega, how about a new Burning Rangers? "In a dream I can see, you are not far away..."