Media Molecule's latest reveals unrivalled ambition
A work of Art
Another exciting thing about Dreams is that it will play host to a brand new Media Molecule campaign, the kind of treat we only get a couple of times a generation. The plot for Dreams sounds a little darker than anything it's done before, centring upon a down-and-out individual named Art who’s been living rough in a cello case. The...
Take a look at creation in action
One thing that PSX 2017 proved this weekend is that Media Molecule may want to invest in a new trophy cabinet. Dreams is clearly going to be showered in awards. Like for real, this game is going to break new grounds, so maybe get used to the idea now. The thing is it’s just kinda… Mental? Take these two new...
Just another Reason to be excited
Everything you see and hear in Dreams is made in Dreams, including the music. As such, the game has a full digital audio workstation for you to faff around with, complete with sequencers, effects, and even processors, such as EQ plug-ins. This means that you can, essentially, create full songs within the software to...
We must be Dreaming
Dreams has a three-pronged single player campaign which you can read about through here. The most impressive thing about it, though, is that it’s been built entirely within, well, Dreams. Confused? Okay, let’s try again: Dreams is essentially an imagination simulation where you’re given the freedom to design, animate,...
Media Molecule's latest reveals unrivalled ambition
Dreams, for those worried, will have a single player campaign. Built within the engine that Media Molecule’s crafted, the three-pronged plot will tell a trio of whimsical tales, which some previews assume will collide at some point. The first of the stories involves a fox and a bear attempting to...
Media Molecule madness in 2018
Media Molecule's wildly ambitious imagination simulation Dreams put in a surprise appearance at The Game Awards 2017, featuring a narrator in a coffin and a bear armed with a hammer. The clip goes on to show the various things you'll be able to create in the game, ranging from first-person experiences through to clay...
What are you Dreaming of?
Those attending PSX 2017 next week will have the opportunity to drop by the Dreams booth in order to participate in a Game Jam that Media Molecule’s planning. According to the PlayStation Blog, the creative competition will give attendees a crash course in “how quick and easy it is to make games, music, and more just...
It’s been a long time since we learned anything about Dreams, the madcap imagination simulation from Media Molecule. But as alluded overnight, the Guildford-based developer will return at PSX 2017 next month to tell us more about the game. While it sounds like Sony will have a very low-key presentation instead of a press conference...
Don't stop believin'
If there was one game we would have bet our selection of imported Oreos on appearing at Paris Games Week on Monday, it was Dreams. But once again, Media Molecule’s creation simulation was very much missing in action. So what the heck is going on with the developer’s barmy imagination engine? Well, the first thing to note is...
Hey, do you remember Dreams? The ambitious Media Molecule developed creation engine was everywhere, until it wasn’t. In fact, it’s been a while since we heard or saw anything about the game; the Guildford-based developer’s been posting updates to its website and social media accounts, but it’s not like the title’s...
We know there’s a bit of confusion over what Dreams actually is, but you’ve got to give both Sony and Media Molecule credit for being bold enough to create something so outside-the-box. The artsy outing – which will provide you with the canvas to create your own magical masterpieces – has been kept undercover for a little while...
Remember that fun little montage PlayStation Europe made to promote upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusives? It got people in a right tiswas over the New Year break. In addition to a couple of incorrect 'Console Exclusive' tags – innocent mistakes, we're sure – many picked up on the fact that both Detroit: Become Human and
In news that will surprise no one, Media Molecule's Dreams will not receive a beta before the end of the year. The game was set to get a sampler around this time, but the Guildford-based outfit has practically shut up shop over the past few months; it wasn't in attendance at E3 2016 or PSX 2016 earlier in the year. That's because,...
Media Molecule's upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive was absent at this year's Sony E3 2016 press conference, and that's because Media Molecule's still busy beavering away on the game back in the UK. The team posted a message on Twitter to explain its absence, stating that it's "working its socks off" and is looking forward to "sharing more...
Play, create, stare
Few understand what Dreams even is yet, but there's no denying that Media Molecule's pushing boundaries with the PlayStation 4 exclusive. In a Kinda Funny livestream, the British developer showed off a selection of scenes from the upcoming game, including everything from a still life brought to life all the way through to a...
Dreamed a dream in time gone by
Wow! We're still not entirely sure what to think of PlayStation 4 exclusive Dreams, but watching a video of someone sculpt a character from scratch is mind blowing. In this clip taken from Media Molecule's big PlayStation Experience 2015 live stream, Q-Games gaffer Dylan Cuthbert joins Anton Mikhailov and Maja-Lisa...
Beta to come in 2016
Dreams captured the attention of many during its Paris Games Week demo (while also horrifying some) due to its huge amount of tools and available customization. Sure, we don't entirely understand what Dreams actually is yet, but what we do know is that it is, in part, one hell of a powerful creative tool, as a recent Wired...
And we still don't know what it is
What is Dreams? In truth, even after a meaty Paris Games Week 2015 demo, we can't tell you. Media Molecule's forthcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive is so out-there that the developer doesn't appear to know how to show it. The things we do know: you control a customisable imp which can possess sculptures created by...
The sooner that Media Molecule clears up exactly what Dreams is the better. During a stream earlier this week, the developer shared one of the first ever "dreams" created in the PlayStation 4 exclusive – and it's suitably bonkers. We see a polar bear and its baby walking towards the horizon, where the illuminati happen to be waiting...
Media Molecule's always had a vibrant community surrounding its games, and it looks like that's set to continue with Dreams, the mysterious PlayStation 4 exclusive that was announced at E3 2015 earlier in the year. We don't even know what the title is yet, but that's not stopped dreambubble.me from arriving on the scene...
Expect more details at Paris Games Week
There's still some confusion over what Dreams actually is. Media Molecule's brand new project was officially announced at E3 2015 and received a mixed response; the Guildford-based developer was intentionally vague about the title, and that's perhaps resulted in some scepticism around the web. However, it...
Play, create, share
What is Dreams? Media Molecule isn't really telling us a whole lot about the PlayStation 4 exclusive right now, but Shuhei Yoshida has answers. Chatting on a GameSpot stream with the Kinda Funny crew, the Worldwide Studios president delved into a little more detail about the mysterious project – and promised more information...
Dream a dream
Dreams is the kind of game that, truthfully, you'd only ever find on a PlayStation platform. The fact that Sony has allowed Media Molecule to spend the past four or so years working on a title that can't even be easily explained is a testament to the creativity that courses through the company as a whole. Still, it would be nice to...
Dreams really do come true
In an E3 press conference packed with stellar announcements, Media Molecule's new PlayStation 4 title Dreams stood out as one of the most bizarre and exciting. The Guilford-based developer's latest project sees you using the Dualshock 4 to shape and mold any object you can imagine. You can then bring your masterpiece to...
Yu Suzuki considers crowdfunding for long overdue sequel
When asked how we’d invest the winnings from a successful EuroMillions ticket, we often discuss our desire to fund the full production of Shenmue 3. It’ll never happen, of course, but reports coming out of the Monaco Anime and Game Show suggest that series creator Yu Suzuki is at least...
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