PT Recreated in Media Molecule’s PS4 Title Dreams Is Still Scary

P.T. has been recreated in Dreams and it seems to be as equally horrifying as its original source material. P.T. became an instant classic in the horror genre upon its release to the PlayStation 4 store back in 2014 as the playable teaser for Silent Hills. However, developer Konami ended up cancelling Silent Hills, and, likely because of this cancellation of what seemed to be becoming one of the most anticipated Kojima games ever, P.T. garnered an air of mystery around it. To many fans, P.T. had been dubbed to be the greatest horror game of all time, even though its play time only lasted about a half hour. Due to its quality, fans constantly speculated what could have been with the cancelled project.

P.T. uses a first person camera perspective, making players feel like they were thrust into this psychological horror game themselves. Players wake up as an unknown character and are immediately encouraged to walk through the L-shaped hallway of a house which continuously loops, changing decor with each pass through. The game ushers players to do different things throughout their journey, leading to situations where players can get locked in the bathroom while hearing a crying woman right outside the door, or they can be asked to turn around by a warped radio voice only to find they have been followed by a ghost the whole time.

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In 2015 P.T. was officially removed from the PlayStation Store. This left many fans trying to create solutions as to how to get the game back, and some even ended up trying to recreate it themselves. EpicLBPTime on YouTube is one fan who has done just that by recreating the iconic L-shaped hallway in Dreams, a PlayStation 4 exclusive title from the creators of LittleBigPlanet which allows players to create their own games and worlds. EpicLBPTime was even able to feature the original radio sound clips and many of the same horrific scares from P.T., some of which are visible in the video embedded below:

The way P.T. came and went from the PlayStation Store cemented the game as a cult classic in the eyes of those lucky few who got to play it. Those who have know the true horror of the game and those who have not desperately try to find ways to get their hands on a copy. P.T. was one of the few things fans were able to see of what Silent Hills could have been. With the horror team of Hideo Kojima, Guillermo Del Torro, and Junji Ito fans figured Silent Hills would have been the best game of the franchise and maybe even one of the greatest horror games to be developed ever.

The rendition of P.T. that EpicLBPTime has created features all the horrifying elements of the original game, bringing back chilling memories of its source material. At this time, it is unclear if EpicLBPTime will be adding Lisa, the ghost of the game, into their creation. But even without her, P.T. remains to be one of the most chilling environments in horror media, even in Dreams.

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Source: YouTube

2020-02-29 01:02:02

Juliana Failde

Red Dead Online Has Somehow Been Created In PS4’s Dreams

A Dreams player has recreated Red Dead Online in-game in a way that is accurate, while poking fun at the vastly popular game. Dreams was created by the studio Media Molecule, and it allows players to create and explore user-generated content. The title released on February 14th for PlayStation 4.

Dreams has received near universal acclaim and praise since it released a few days ago. After finishing up on it’s widely beloved Little Big Planet franchise in 2014, Media Molecule began working on this much more ambitious title. In Dreams players are given access to two different game modes: Dream Surfing and Dream Shaping. Dream Surfing gives players the ability to find games created by other players as well as discover assets, sculptures and art to view, or music to listen to. Dream Shaping on the other hand gives players the tools to create anything that they wish. Once something has been created it can be uploaded to the servers so that anyone else can access it.

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According to Kotaku, Dreams player RikisCafe created a hilarious reimagining of Red Dead Online. Those who play the Dreams version will spawn into the environment as cowboy and can wander around for a few seconds. After those few seconds though the screen goes black and players get a message saying, “You have been disconnected from Red Dead Online due to an error on Rockstar game services“. Those that have played the real Red Dead Online will remember how poorly the servers functioned when the title first launched, and that exact message popping up on screen. To this day players are still dealing with getting disconnected repeatedly, which makes this dig at the popular game all the more hilarious.

Already there have been tons of amazing things created using Dreams. Before the title even released creator Bearly Regal showed off a demo for a remake of Cyberpunk 2077 that he designed using Dreams. According to Regal, his “demake” would feature PS1 style graphics as well as hundreds of characters, weapons, and missions. In the span of a few days a player has even recreated the opening scene of Fallout 4 in Dreams. While this is still a work in progress, it is still amazing to see the amount of work that has been completed in such a short amount of time.

Dreams is one of the most innovative games that has ever released. While a lot of games have creation tools for players to interact with, nothing has quite reached the lengths that this game has. Media Molecule is still working on updates for the title as well, and eventually wants to add VR capability for Dreams. With the amount of amazing content that is already out there, it will be amazing to see what Dreams players come up with next.

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Dreams can be played on the PlayStation 4.

Source: Kotaku

2020-02-17 02:02:33

Cody Peterson

Dreams Early Access Players Will Get PlayStation 4 Full Version First

Early access adopters of Media Molecule’s newest user-generated game-making toolkit Dreams will be able to unlock the full version three days early. Dreams has been in development since 2012 and was first revealed to the public in 2013. The developer of Dreams, Media Molecule, is known for user-driven experiences such as LittleBigPlanet, where players can create and share their own games by utilizing the engine’s level designing tools.

Due to Dreams’ prolonged development time, it has been in an early access, playable state since April 16th, 2019. This means new adopters can buy the game and play the plethora of player-made levels immediately, while still working on their own unique creations. While the development of this title has been finished since January 6th, 2020, Media Molecule has already announced plans for future content updates to their engine, including but not limited to support for both PSVR and online multiplayer. This is a ten-year plan, spanning multiple generations.

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Vg247 reports all Dreams early access users will be able to play the full version of the game on the 11th of February, three days prior to its official launch. There will be a final launch patch to the game’s wide scope and complexity, as Media Molecule aims to improve the introductory experience for many of the newest players by implementing detailed tutorials on the systems in the game. This enormous patch also improves on existing systems, such as camera bookmarks and an updated UI that makes it easier to locate tools to create with. Media Molecule has announced over 18,000 changes made between the beginning of early access and Dreams’ final launch patch.

Dreams is the next big step in evolving this format, allowing gamers and creatives alike to create fully-fledged video games with unique, hand-made assets, mechanics, textures, sound, and more. Dreams is primed for release on February 14th, 2020, making it one of the first highly-anticipated games to release on the PlayStation 4 this year.

Dreams aim is to be a groundbreaking development tool that isn’t just for inexperienced players. It harbors enough depth, according to Media Molecule, to be a tool that can be used by even the most seasoned game developers. While the title has a specific, publicized art style, various creative users have already been able to create games which depart from it in surprising ways. From science fiction racing games in the same vein as Star Wars Episode 1: Racer to a surprisingly accurate remake of Crash Bandicoot, Dreams gives its dedicated artists enough room to express themselves in whichever way they can imagine. Due to Media Molecule’s decade-long update plan, Dreams promises to be an ever-growing and adapting playground, offering hundreds of hours of player-made content down the line.

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Source: Vg247

2020-02-05 02:02:22

Daniel Gusinski

Keanu Reeves Makes Dreams Come True By Inviting Fan To Bill & Ted Set

Keanu Reeves made a fan’s dream come true after bringing her on the set of Bill & Ted Face the MusicThe third installment in the Bill & Ted franchise went into production earlier this year and is set to release in theaters next summer. The franchise’s first film, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, came out in 1989 and followed two teens named Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Reeves) as they time travel through different historical time periods by means of a phone booth in order to pass their upcoming history report. Not only that, but they learn that their rock band, Wyld Stallyns, will change the future. So, passing the report is crucial to the formation of their band which will thereby change the world. The sequel, Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, followed a similar formula as its predecessor but involved the duo taking on the grim reaper instead of tracking down historical figures.

Needless to say, this franchise helped bring Reeves into the Hollywood spotlight. The actor also found success with Point Break and The Matrix franchise, but it wasn’t until these last couple of years that the actor skyrocketed to fame with the John Wick franchise. This year alone, the actor starred in that franchise’s third installment, had a hilarious cameo in Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe, is starring in CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077, and even starred as Duke Caboom in Pixar’s incredibly successful Toy Story 4. It’s very likely that these roles could have been contributing factors in resurrecting Bill & Ted Face the Music from production limbo, but now that the film is officially underway, Reeves is elated to share it with fans.

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According to Make-A-Wish New Jersey, a young girl named Emily’s wish came true when Keanu personally invited her to the set. Emily’s mom explained that Bill & Ted was one of her favorite movies and that she, “came across it one day and was instantly hooked.” Emily had developed an appreciation for Keanu, and knew that her greatest wish was to meet her favorite actor. After hearing this, Reeves and his team, “went to work to create the perfect wish experience.” He even hand-picked the scene that she could see. Check out some of the photos from her visit below:

Keanu’s kind and humble attitude is nothing new to fans of his. He’s always been very welcoming and open with others, even as he’s catapulted to become one of Hollywood’s most in-demand actors. Between being a part of such major franchises as John Wick or Toy Story, he never forgets where he started. Even his excitement for returning to his iconic role as Ted “Theodore” Logan in Bill & Ted Face the Music shows that fame hasn’t gone straight to his head.

Making Emily’s wish come true further proves that Reeves is one of the kindest souls in Hollywood. Knowing how much this young girl enjoyed his film, he was more than willing to make it happen. He genuinely enjoys what he does and how it affects people, and that attitude is infectious. This also shows that Reeves just enjoys the journey of being an actor and seems thrilled for what’s to come in the future.

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Source: Make-A-Wish New Jersey

2019-08-18 07:08:13

Hannah Hoolihan

Dreams – Early Access Launch Trailer

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2019-04-17 17:36:52