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Submitted by PlusXP 1056d ago | review

Plus XP: NiGHTS into Dreams HD… Review

Leon from Plus XP writes: "While I’ve always been a fan of SEGA’s games, I never had a Saturn – so while I know of Nights, it was never a game I had the chance to play when I was a child. Now available for download on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, Nights into Dreams… is a revamp of the original Nights adventure that spurred his popularity and recognition as one of SEGA’s All-Stars. The game features a HD remake of the original game, as well as the option to play the game in its original, unaltered style. The story of Nights focuses on two children – Claris and Elliot, who have both had humiliating experiences that day, and are feeling pretty down about themselves." (NiGHTS Into Dreams, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

3-4-5  +   1055d ago
Game looks awful. Just flying in mid air through a level firing at stuff.

I remember Life Force ( NES )....

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