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Submitted by discordman 1013d ago | review

Nights into Dreams Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: Sega have released a lot of cult classics, but NiGHTS may be the most under-rated gem that was ever birthed by the famed publisher. Taking the role of a small but charming little jester and two children, aerobatics take the starring role of Nights into Dreams as players attempt to fly through rings and snag up every sphere in sight. Oh yes, there is more - but those of you who have experienced the original Saturn version or one of the latter ports know already what a unique experience this game can be. Sega have went ahead and released the full version of the original yet again on the Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network, with a lot of extra features in tow and a shiny coat of HD paint. Has this journey into dreams became a nightmare, or is it the soothing slumber so many recall trekking through over sixteen years ago? (NiGHTS Into Dreams, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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