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Dreams - Review

Imagine being able to give free rein to your imagination, being able to literally realize everything that passes through your head. All this, without the need to resort to who knows what expensive tools, but simply arranging ...
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Dreams on PlayStation 5 is already a reality

Media Molecule, creators of Little Big Planet and Teraway, have finally landed on PlayStation 4 with the full version of their latest work: Dreams. Over the years the software house has grown and with it has ...

Dreams: the title comes out of the Early Access

Remember Dreams right? The small game development tool developed by Media Molecule, developers of the LittleBigPlanet series, which for a while has invaded social networks with various concept videos of ...

Dreams - Announcement of the release date of the title Media Molecule

Get ready Dreams fans, because the 4 February 2020 your dreams may come true. After a long period of Beta, in which Media Molecule has scoured the most intriguing and streamed productions, the ...

Media Molecule is looking for a team for Dreams content

Dreams by Media Molecule is a truly ambitious project, as well as a title with which users can create truly spectacular games. Someone even made a 'remake' of Final Fantasy VII, which ...

Dreams - Preview

Do you have a dream? Make it with Dreams, the latest Media Molecule experiment arrived in Early Access on PlayStation 4.
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We will soon hear about Ghost of Tsushima and Dreams

If you want more information on the latest Sucker Punch and Media Molecule games, you shouldn't have to wait long. Today Sony, in a post on PlayStation Blog, revealed its plans for the PlayStation Experience (PSX) ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

Has the Star Wars: Battlefront spin-off been canceled by EA?

Star Wars: Battlefront, EA's much-discussed shooter, could have expanded thanks to a spin-off coming to the next generation consoles. What's this...

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