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.
Summary: The Good: Fantastic music, tons of control options, sometimes pretty, decent concept The Bad: Controls take getting used too, too repetitive, somewhat dis jaunting story wise I had high hopes for NiGHTS thinking that maybe Sonic Team will put some effort into a game for once..
Summary: This game is of game-cube quality, no huge surprises there. This title probably could have easily made a debut on Dreamcast. As a teen, I really really wanted 'Nights into Dreams', but I never got it.
Beautiful graphics and entertaining, but difficult!
NSU Instructor, 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: Going in circles made this game really hard, and they should have made it so that Nights could go underwater! I didn't think the story was boring at all, but the controls made it just too hard to enjoy playing.
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.