The 3 Best (and Worst) Video Games From February 2020

COG: Welcome back to COGconnected's 3 Up and 3 Down monthly feature as we break down the best and worst games from the previous month.

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The_Sage1308d ago

Dreams is amazing. I just spent 4 hours doing nothing but listening to music people have created. There is some really great stuff out there.

Rangerman12081308d ago (Edited 1308d ago )

Hardcore Mecha is by no means perfect but I wouldn't call it one of the worst of February. It's a pretty good (at worst, alright) mech action game recommended for anyone who are fans of mech stuff. Plus, it's from China Hero Project, and for it's worth, it's impressive. Also, wasn't the game released on January, and not February?

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ABizzel11308d ago

I don't like the fact that any site is doing a "worst list" on Dreams creations. These are people creating within a game tool, not developers releasing a game as a retail product. There's nothing wrong with constructive criticism, but instead, just pick your 3 favorites and if you must pick three that you wish the designer would expand upon to make it even better.

Fluttershy771307d ago (Edited 1307d ago )

It isn't a list on Dreams creations, but on games in general. Dreams is on the Best List, and Metro Redux ( is on steam and switch and xbone) also The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, and Hardcore Mecha all of those are on the worst list...

If you are going to dislike so firmly an article on any site, you should at least - I won't say read it - but at least, at the very least take a quick look at it. Just an advice, no hate


How Dreams Tren update was inspired by a childhood spent playing with trains

Media Molecule Creative Director John Beech talks about making a very personal project in Dreams, available with PlayStation Plus.

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Dreams - Tren Trailer | PS4 Games

Get ready for a trenmendous puzzlin’, high-score chasin’, nostalgic adventure, in the latest Mm Original, Tren!

poppatron63d ago

This is really cool, it’s a shame they didn’t do more of this during the first 5 years of dreams. Demonstrates how powerful a tool it is. I kind of got the feeling puzzle types of games were really going to be the best use of dreams for putting together a whole complete game. More ambitious things never went beyond tech demos really. Or did they? I stopped really looking after a while

closed_account63d ago (Edited 63d ago )

Yea, this is John Beech's creation.. I remember him showing these trains in production 2 or so years ago, so it's pretty amazing how far he's taken it!

John's story is pretty awesome. He was just a normal guy working a construction job, and he built Little Big Planet levels on PS3 just for fun. Media Molecule contacted, then hired him bc his creations were so good.

He has been a lead designer for MM, 14 yrs, until recently he became their new Creative Director this year when Mark Healey stepped down.

Beech is a super nice and humble guy, I've been following him for a few years now since i first saw his photo realistic "Traditional English Breakfast" creation in Dreams.

So you can see why this creation is the best of the best! I find Beech's story super inspiring, someone who did not go through the traditional route of game design training with nothing but a whole lot of passion and a hell of an amount of undiscovered talent!

Inverno63d ago

Apparently there's a movie that will use Dreams engine, but I believe it's still in the making. That's probably as ambitious as it'll get unfortunately.

Yi-Long63d ago

This looks gorgeous and fantastic. Really hope Sony reconsiders pulling support for Dreams, now that it’s coming to Plus.

closed_account63d ago

I'm really hoping they create a sequel that they can expand upon with multiplayer and huge connected worlds. This could be Sony's Rec Room or Roblox if they supported it right. It would be the best looking of the bunch for sure!

Honestly, I think Sony should put Media Molecule in charge of creating a new Playstation Home platform, utilizing these player creation tools they've developed.

I can only imagine how amazing a cohesive PS Home world could be in PSVR, but they should of course include flat support just like Rec Room/Roblox.


Dreams and Tren update arrive on PlayStation Plus on August 1

Play Tren and years of imaginative content in Dreams when it joins the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog & PsPlus

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