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After Eurovision Was Cancelled, Players Made Their Own in Dreams

Every year, large swathes of people gather around their laptops and TVs to watch the Eurovision Song Contest. A parade of bizarre Euro-pop and questionable outfits, it’s a venue for the European nations to settle their differences, not through violence or war, but by dashing the hopes and dreams of…

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Dreams Review: Powerful Packaging, Okay Creations

One of the first obstacles in Dreams’ opening tutorial is a brick wall. “That’s the Wall of Doubt” the narrator explains, before kindly encouraging you to destroy it. It’s easy to pull apart — both an introduction to the motion controls and a metaphorical invitation not to worry about the potentially daunting idea of creating…

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Everything Announced at Sony’s Final State of Play for 2019

Sony held its final State of Play presentation for the year today, and with it came some announcements of new games coming next year and also just some confirmation of things leaks already told us about. If you missed the show, here’s a rundown of everything that was announced: Untitled…

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Meet TannicAlloy, the Designer Making Dreams Come True

Dreams at its core is a blank canvas. With its wide range of tools, players can express their creativity in whatever way they see fit. They might want to build a 1:1 recreation of their favourite game, compose their own original music, or — if they’re like Tyler Whittaker build…

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Media Molecule Doesn’t Want Dreams to be Stuck on PlayStation

Dreams, the creative suite video game maker by LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway developer Media Molecule, isn’t technically even out on PlayStation 4 yet (it’s in an “early access” state, but is still something you have to pay for. What are words anymore?), but there’s a hope within the studio that games made…

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