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NiGHTS into dreams... is a platforming game developed by Sonic Team. It is the first project of the studio to be developed for the Sega Saturn system. It is also the first studio experiment of creating a 3D platformer. Plot Every night, two worlds of human dreams appear, named Nightopia and Nightmare. One day, two teens from Twin Seeds have a terrible day. That night, both of them end up in Nightmare, reliving that bad day, but later they escape into Nightopia. They unravel the Nightmare leader wants to destroy Nightopia and release Nights, who will assist them in their fight. Gameplay The levels of the game are two-dimensional, while its characters are three-dimensional. The main protagonists get to Nightopia separately and have three levels otherwise known as dreams for completion. Upon spawning on the level, the protagonist gets attacked by Nightmarens who steal their spheres. The players have to transform into Nights and get all the spheres in a limited amount of time. After finding all the spheres, the player's performance is evaluated with a rank from A to F. After that. The players are taken over to Nightmare, where a boss fight happens. After completing all the levels on a rank no lower than C, a final level is unlocked. The game also features a multiplayer split-screen mode. Its gameplay is similar to the singleplayer mode. The first player to get all the spheres in time wins.
Release date
Feb 11, 1995
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Windows XP SP3/Vista/Win7/Win 8
  • Processor:Pentium 4 @ 3.2 GHz/Athlon 64 3000+ or Equivalent & above
  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics:256 MB (NVIDIA GeForce 8600/AT Radeon HD3650) & above
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
  • Sound:DirectX Compatible
  • Additional:2GB Memory required on Vista
  • OS:Windows 7/Windows 8
  • Processor:Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ & above
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:512 MB (NVIDIA GeForce GTS250/ATI Radeon HD 4850) & above
  • DirectX®:11
  • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
  • Sound:DirectX Compatible
  • Additional:2GB Memory required on Vista
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NiGHTS into dreams... reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Had... This game is just incomprehensible...... You start, you come to the land of dreams without knowing why as a human, then you have to go to "change" in nights you do not know why, to do tricks in the levels to pick up stars and balls, you do not know why either. To finish the first level, I had to change 2 times in nights, turn on the map for a good 10 minutes by picking up orbs & co. After that, I had another level with some sort of boss, finally I know not even if we can call it a boss, a big woman who floats in the air that it is necessary to move to break walls... Then finished level, back to the game menu and no other level... Finally, I did not understand the game, smaller I wanted a Saturn to play this game among others (and a few others), Bah I did well to keep my money... ahaha it's Sonic, but less fast, less understandable and with atrocious maneuverability, to the controller anyway. If you know what to expect, why not, or I advise against it;)
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AAAAArh I rage to write a negative criticism of this game, ooh me that tells me SEGA fan. Don't be mad at me, I have a nasty story with this game that deserves to talk about it with a shrink, loved in a sofa! Imagine your grandfather deciding on a wonderful Christmas holiday: Santa Claus has not yet passed and he decides to buy a SEGA SATURN while you are still with your old-fashioned MEGADRIVE at home; The exctase! Except that joy redecend quickly when, after having droked about this game that everyone is talking about, the SONIC of this generation, you go back without. So as December 24th is in a few days, you think of a nice joke on behalf of your loving grandfather... except that I will never have this game. For years, I will have the right to a game of golf for one and only game on the SATURN that took the dust when I was not there for her. I violated this game of golf, and still today I would do the first hole with your eyes closed. So when NIGHTS arrives on steam, it's finally the opportunity to ward off the bad out... Except that after an hour of play, I am sad to see that I am bored... enjoy this game will be banned for life? I suppose. If the atmosphere gives me the goosebumps and the good taste of Madelaine of good games of the air 32 bit, the game suffers from a cruel point to my eyes: too easy or too hard too easy and annoying when you play normally. Too hard (and always in my taste), when one seeks to scorer the game, which after research is done essentially in the execution of glitch. Only the universe and the atmosphere will make me regret this game, it's too little. I prefer to go back and scorer on crazy taxi and my other treasures from SEGA... waiting for a laptop more before of Saturn games... Because in view of the crapricieuse camera, there is no doubt that this is only a simple Portage lifted to Botox.
I really want to like this game again, but for me it has not aged well at all. At the time of release, the graphics and presentation were astoundingly bright, clear, and smooth.
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