Reviews and Problems with NiGHTS: Journey Of Dreams
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LONG LIVE NIGHTOPIA!!!
16 July 2014
Summary: I used to be a NiGHTS fan. Now I'm a NiGHTS super fan! This game will take you on a wild adventure. It's very fun and challenging. You get to be Will/Helen and NiGHTS. The graphics aren't super good, but they're okay. I have a Wii U, and it lowers the graphics on all Wii games. The edges on the characters are a little rough, but it's only really noticeable in the cut-scenes. The music in the dream-gate is super relaxing. Some levels are more challenging than others.
From Sega And The Gameplay,Characters And Story Made It Well Worth Getting.
Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!), Amazon
23 April 2014
Summary: While it wasn't a Sonic game after seeing the trailer and playing a short demo I felt it was worth getting and it turned out it was. The controls for the game work well and like with previous Sonic games it does get highly addictive when you play which may surprise some of the more hardcore gaming fans. So if you're looking for a fun and entertaining game where you don't need to kill the undead and such this is a good game to take a look at.
Summary: NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams is absolutely one of my favorite games on the Wii. Not only does it have really pretty environments, but an amazing soundtrack as well. Although the game could be a little longer it gave me something to do for about a week, and later on I found myself coming back to it. It has splendid fully voice acted cut-scenes. The game also has a nice, colorful cast of characters.
Summary: I bought this game about a week back the shipping was great I actually recieved this item early and the game play is amazing I love that it's not easy, because the fun is in the challenge it's just amazing me and my sister play this together and as soon as you start your not going to want to stop I like that you can choose between Helen's dream and Will's dream and you can look at their dream journals too (the dream journal dosen't show up until you have passed the first...
Summary: This game plays like the Saturn game, and is true to the great tradition. If you never played Nights: Into Dreams, than this game plays like Klonoa or Sonic. The difference is that you can fly in the game. The game for the current price is a steal, so do your self a favour and pick up Nights & show Sega your thanks for their fine product by buying new. When Sega does something right (which is seldom the case) it deserves a treat.