It’s entirely likely that you will hate this game during the first hour of play. You might decry its difficulty, you might scream at the chaotic nature of the gameplay, and you might curse its novella of a tutorial. It will be frustrating and problematic. Much like a new puppy bought without your consultation that won’t stop crapping on the floor, though, you’ll probably eventually see something redeeming in the cute little furry creature. However, unlike the puppy, who will eventually demand and receive your unrequited love, Dream Trigger 3D will likely become just a game that you don’t necessarily hate.