Aardman Animations is the British studio that has brought us many classic characters and films with its clay-mation style. Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep, and Chicken Run are just a few feathers in its collective cap, so it knows what it's doing when it comes to creating kooky characters.
What's all that got to do with PlayStation, then? Well, it turns out that Aardman is pretty fond of Media Molecule's Dreams, as it's just put out a creation starring an original character. We'll take any excuse to talk about our love for The Wrong Trousers, but to see the animation house crossing paths with Dreams is, er, a dream.
Anyway, introducing Burgerotti and Stage Hand:
This daft little interactive sequence sees the titular Burgerotti singing along to In the Hall of the Mountain King. While the operatic burger is performing, you can take control of the Stage Hand, and affect the scene in various ways, pitching his voice up and down or adding screen effects. It's all rather silly, but we love it — especially as the characters have that Aardman look to them.
You can queue this up to play in-game via the above link, or just search for Burgerotti in DreamSurfing. Will you be checking this out in Dreams on PS4? Search for Feathers McGraw in the comments section below.
I only ever play the dreams, I have yet to create something functional :/
I didn't know Aardman was fan of Dreams. That's pretty cool.
I'm not a fan of a lot of Aardman's movies, but I really like their style of animation.
This is perfect, Dreams is full of Wallace & Gromit memes after all!
Haha pretty cool. Only just got Dreams recently but haven't found the time to plop it in the console yet.
@nessisonett I will never forget the first time I played the quest for cheese
@Jackpaza0508 The Quest For Cheese is a modern masterpiece.
@nessisonett Ocarina of time is the best game of all time? Nah man, have you even played The Quest for Cheese on Dreams?
OMG that was hilarious XD. I'm half tempted to try out Dreams finally...
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