In this latest video on Dreams from PlayStation Access, we're shown how Dream Surfing works, and it looks excellent. The analogy used here is that Dream Surfing is a little like a Spotify radio station; you can set parameters for the type of experiences you want to see or play, or you can dive straight in to have a totally random session.

Essentially, it throws together an endless stream of user generated content in no particular order, acting like an interactive way of browsing what other people have made. What's great about this video is that it really highlights the breadth of possibilities for creation within Dreams. We see 2D platformers, space simulators, text adventures, and even multiplayer games, and none of them look alike. Once this game gets in the hands of creative people, the mind boggles as to what we can expect to find.

Do you like the look of Dream Surfing within Dreams? Be inspired in the comments below.

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