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Nights Into Dreams - Sega Saturn

by Sega
Platform : Sega Saturn
Rated: Everyone
32 customer reviews

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Sega Saturn Video Game Disc

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Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00002STUI
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,049 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Strategos on November 11, 2002
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A Game Informer Editor not all that long ago reviewed this game as part of their past reviews section. He said it was his favorite game of all time. When EGM magazine made their list of top 100 games of all time, this game was higher on their list than any other game by Sonic Team. I love this game, and would not part with my copy for anything. Why? SO glad you asked.
First of all, this game has some the prettiest graphics to be found anywhere. No, not the smoothest, not the highest polygon count, not the most astonishingly technically ect, ect. This game may be old, but the graphics have STYLE, they flow, and they are FAST.
Secondly, the music of this game is some of the coolest ever produced for a video game. From the neat intro to the music played after you defeat a boss or a level, the music in Nights is pure magic (except perhaps for the terrible end game music). And not only that, the music changes in the levels depending on how you interact with Nitopians and how well you do.
But of course the real thing that makes any game great is GAMEPLAY, and this is the area where Nights is mind-blowing. Every level is a 3d on tracks wild ride, morphing, spinning, zooming, and zipping. Through these levels you are constantly trying to at a brisk pace in order to keep from running out of time. And you are trying to rack of bonus points. And then, you reach the only part of the level and wonder...should I go around again for more points, or should I play it safe and exit the level now? You'll only get good points if you exit BEFORE time's up AND get tons of bonus points. And then there's the bosses. They may be pretty easy to beat, but you're timed. Beat them faster to rack up more points. Beat them slow to, well...lose points. It all becomes quite addictive, quite quickly.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 24, 2002
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NiGHTS tells the story of two children named Elliot and Chris who fail miserably at their favorite hobbies. That night they have the same dream and meet each other and NiGHTS, a Nihgtmaren that lives in the Dream World. He needs their help because the two children possess red dream energy which is bravery.Together they set out to destroy Wiseman, creator of the dream world who wants to conquer the universe.
NiGHTS uses the system's power to the best of its ability with stunning 3-D graphics and colorful worlds. The game is very challenging at first but gets easier in time. Also their is another game in this game, if you know what I mean. This game is called A-life, or artificial life. You can breed 3 different types of Nightopians,creatures that inhabit the Dream World. The combinations are endless!
NiGHTS is a must have for Saturn fans. Also if you love NiGHTS, check out the sequel, Christmas NiGHTS!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chad on July 2, 2002
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Nights was made by the people who made Sonic, Sonic team and by many considered to be their best game.
Nights is an amazing, creative game and I wish they would have made a sequel. Nights is full of colorful levels and can be pretty challenging at times. The graphics really show off Saturn's power. As for play control, you need the 3D controller to play which looks like the Dreamcast controller where you use the analog controller to do moves that a regular D-pad couldn't do. The story line is confusing but interesting like the rest of the game.
Overall Nights is a captivating, original game that every Saturn owner should have.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "alexkidd123" on April 25, 2002
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About a year after the release of The Sega Saturn, Sega was feeling the heat of the threat that Nintendo 64 presented and the threat of Super Mario 64. For quite a while, fans clamoured for a Sanic game in 3D. Seeing as this was basically impossible to do right on a machine on the Sega Saturn, Sega did the next best thing, they brought together all the original members of Sonic Team (plus a few more programmers and artist) and had them create a game that would easily be acomidated by the Sega Saturn's Hardware and be just as fun, if not more so, than Sonic The Hedgehog.
That's how NiGHTS came to be, and boy what a game it was ! Essentially, the game's most important aspect is it's extremely simple interface, like Sonic's. In this game, like in the Sonic games, all the player uses to control the game are a single button and the directional pad, oh and there are 2 buttons which are very rarely used (L shoulder and R Shoulder). Also like Sonic's games, all the player has to do is point in the direction he wants to go, No special button presses are required for flight, (sonic did not need to have a button pressed to accelerate although it was an option) The main button you press in this game is a dash button, in which NiGHTS will accelerate a spin as a form of attack and as a way to speed him up. The Shoulder button are used for acrobatic stunts, but these are not needed until you fly through a Stunt ring (more on that later).
The Basic goal of the game is to collect these things called "Ideya" which look like giant marbles, according to the story, these are the life blood of the dream universe which the evil Wiseman is trying to control.
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