Reviews and Problems with NiGHTS: Journey Of Dreams
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Janailbe Alves Cordeiro, Amazon
21 January 2013
Summary: Well, I dreamed with a very well-done remake for NiGhts when I first heard about it on the Wii. The game is there. But SEGA, perhaps in a hurry, forgot to actually test the game's playability and controllers response accordingly. The controls response will put a poker face on you.
Beautiful graphics and entertaining, but difficult!
NSU Instructor "AMM", Amazon
21 June 2011
Summary: The game was way too hard for my son when he was 5! I liked it, but it wasn't my type of game. I bought it thinking I could play it with my son, but that didn't happen. For older children and adults this is a neat game, but for smaller children, there is no way they can play!
Summary: Okay, so I got this game a little late. 3 years after its release. I never played the original, but I'm a sonic fan so I thought for $10.93 here on amazon, it was a rare, great oppurtunity. And in the end, I liked this game.
Summary: As NiGHTS, you can fly about the place by either aiming with the Wii remote on-screen, or by using the stick on the nunchuk controller. Most people seem to prefer the latter method due to the non-responsiveness of the former, (this seems to be the current trend for Wii titles!).
Summary: As an original owner of both the sega saturn and Nights Christmas/Into Dream titles, I was pleased to see that Nights:Journey Of Dreams would continue off the legacy that it's original successor brought to the system. Those who have played this game before will notice similarities right away.
Summary: UPDATE: I mistakenly said in my original review below that this is a remake of the Sega Saturn game, which is embarrassingly and horribly incorrect. This is an all new game made just for the Wii. Therefore I must lower my previously generious score of 3 stars to negative 72 stars.
Summary: Now don't let the three stars throw you off. This game is creative, cute and not as easy as some might tell you. It's not omg complex but the levels are quite fun. From hunting the octo to saving nights and the boss battles. Will's story was kind of drawn out.
Summary: I have never played any of the Nights games before, and maybe that's my problem, but I had no idea what was going on in this game. Unlike many Wii games that overdo the tutorials, this one explained how to fly and then left me very confused as to what else I had to do.
Summary: It has been well over 11 years since the acclaimed cult classic NiGHTS into Dreams by Sega's Sonic Team debuted on the Saturn. And now after countless rumors, endless petitions, and a series of long waits, its official follow-up has finally arrived but this time on Nintendo's console Wii.