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Ever since I first heard there was a new Nights game in the works for the Nintendo Wii, I was filled with joy. One of the most magical feeling games I remember playing was going to be kept alive. In fact, I would go so far as to declare that Nights was one of the main two selling points that made me eventually pick up my own Wii. Man, was I naive.It's not that I feel like I was conned or mislead into believing this would be just as remarkable as the first – the problem is that I wasn't being as ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The original NiGHTS game was supposedly a great, but sadly overlooked, game. I have never played it before, but the new sequel, Journey of Dreams, caught my attention because its immersive graphics and seemingly breathtaking flying gameplay. Well, sadly, this game should live up to no one's expectations.What is perhaps Journey of Dreams' only strong point is its graphics and music. The graphics are pretty immersive and are truly beautiful during most of the gameplay. The music is very good and n...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
It’s been eleven years since we first saw NiGHTS, the flamboyantly dressed flying jester that many thought would join Sonic the Hedgehog as one of Sega’s most recognized mascots. That first game, NiGHTS: Into Dreams, debuted on the Sega Saturn console in 1996 to commercial and critical success, and fans have been clamoring for a return ever since. They finally have their wish, as NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams was recently released for the Nintendo Wii. With an innovative system like the Wii, and th...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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