Reviews and Problems with NiGHTS: Journey Of Dreams
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22 September 2011
Summary: I remember the Christmas oh so many years ago when I got my Sega Saturn, I was one happy eleven year old. It came with a demo of the original NiGHTS Into Dreams, and I was immediately hooked the moment I watched the first cinematic. The entire game was unique and fresh: A non gender-specific main character, a clever idea to make NiGHTS appealing to more people; the captivating musical scores that matched perfectly with each level; the very idea of playing a game based on...
Summary: The artwork is AWESOME, but THIS IS A HORRIBLE GAME! DO NOT SPEND EVEN $10 ON THIS TRASH! The game is hard to beat, play and want to beat or play! You just do the same thing over and over! Fly. Beat nightmares. Free somebody from cage. Fly. Beat nightmares. Free somebody from cage. LAME! So if you like to spend $10 for a stupid-sit-on shelf-game, buy NiGHTS: journey of dreams.
Summary: Ever seen a loved one or dear friend get drunk and make a fool of themselves? You know that awful, embarrassed feeling you got? That's how I felt playing NiGHTs Journey Into Dreams. The original NiGHTs is one of my all-time favorite games. My brother and I played through it probably 50 times, until we had a score of A+ on every single course. You can imagine I was excited when I heard a sequel was coming for Wii... Boy, what a disappointment.
None of the magic that made the Saturn classic a beloved memory
D. Nguyen, Amazon
22 July 2009
Summary: Journey of Dreams tries to be too much and thus deviates too far from the NiGHTS formula. Only a few stages of the game mirror the original's gameplay, but even those stages fail to replicate the score attack gameplay that made the original NiGHTS so unique. What had been a score attack quasi racing game has now become a run-of-the-mill platformer. Although I purchased two copies of this game upon its release, kind of a thank you to Sega, Saturn fans, STAY AWAY!
Summary: The rating on this game needs to be changed. Currently it's rated as 'E' for everyone 6 yrs+. It needs to be changed to 'E10yr+'(everyone 10years +) or 'T'(teen) due to the scariness of the images. My 7year old chose this game and we couldn't get through the introduction. The kids with red eyes look evil and could give any kid under 10 nightmares of their own.
Summary: Nights: Journey of Dreams is a dissapointment in many ways. I've never played Nights into Dreams Before, so I'm new to the series. There are two stories you can play in: Will's dream and Helen's dream. Both of them are pretty much the same. I hated both of them. Nights is a strange character who flies around in circles. All of the characters, especially Nights, had terrible voice covers.
Summary: Having enjoyed the first Nights the few times I was able to play it, and reading the considerable hype around the release (mostly from Nintendo Power who seem to be fully blind to this game's faults)I was excited for this release. What I found in this game was basically an on-rails bird chasing game... sure they throw in some other levels... like an on rails octopus chasing level or two...
Summary: Seriously, no one would buy this game if it was the price of a standard Wii game. That being said, $10 is about what this game is worth. The controls are a bit wonky, the story a bit cheesy, but there's actually a lot to do in the game and it's worth a single play through. If you remember that you get what you pay for, you won't feel so bad about the purchase!
Nights: Journey of Dreams (Wii): Destined to spend its NiGHTS sitting on the trade-in shelf!
18 June 2009
Summary: *Favourable first impressions* NiGHTS is a game that looks fantastic from the selection of short clips available on the internet and the screenshots provided by the manufacturers. It has received some fairly positive reviews on other sites (including Amazon) and the description there is fairly hyperbolic, promising that you will 'experience magical flight with your controller in the most glorious game seen on the Wii'. *It's about what!?
Pros: Looks and sounds beautiful
Cons: Who on earth wants to spend money on a game they can't play?
Summary: Im 13 and my uncle bought this game for me for my birthday, this was the first nights game i have ever owned. I started playing this but didnt get past the first level! i found this game really boring and really dificult. If , like me, you have never had a nights game before and get frustrated easily then dont buy this game. Im sure that if your a big nights fan you will really enjoy this game.