Dreams is a sandbox title developed by Media Molecule that focuses on user-generated content, similar to the “Play, Create, Share” mantra of LittleBigPlanet, also developed by Media Molecule.
Dreams was officially announced in 2013, facing multiple subsequent delays.
Ancient Dangers: A Bat's Tale is a new original game made by Media Molecule, coming to Dreams later this year.
Megapenguin Rehatched calls back to one of Dreams' more special E3 presentations, and presents the beginning of a ongoing collaborative community-driven project.
It seems Sony plans to keep investing in the Dreams and LittleBigPlanet studio.
New features like Starting Points and a balance pass on existing instruments are also incoming.
The industry vet departs after nearly 15 years at the studio.
New ways to create in Media Molecule's hybrid.
The update will bring VR creation and sharing, along with new VR content made by Media Molecule.
Media Molecule are getting ready to bring Dreams into virtual reality.
There is also a discount for purchase.
The developer still has more traditional games in mind.
The roadmap confirms various upcoming features and updates.
Indicators for creators being online, a notification feed fix, and more also included in new update.
Here are a few useful tips while playing and designing different Creations.
Media Molecule's creation toolset has been receiving plaudits left, right, and centre.
Yet another showcase of what Dreams' toolset is capable of.
Media Molecule's creation suite has already spawned some stunning creations.
Want to unlock more stuff or follow certain creators? Here's how.
Dreams is an overwhelming triumph.
Darksiders Genesis also debuts for other platforms in the UK, selling the most units on PS4.
"I will admit that we're exploring things but I'm not going to commit to when it comes out," says Media Molecule's Alex Evans.
VR support will be out "just as soon as possible."
"At the very least will happen I’m sure, I’ll make that happen," says Dreams director Mark Healey.
Paid content could also be on the table.
No doors are opened or closed for the game just yet, according to the creative director.
Those who got the early access can get in on the fun now.
The game will unlock on February 11 for those who jumped into it during the early access phase.
New details have emerged about the length of "Art's Dream."
This would have given Resident Evil a run for its money back in the day.
There's a lot going on with Media Molecule's creation suite - here's the most important stuff.
The description talks about violence between animals and bouncing heads.
Former SIE Worldwide Studios chairman Shawn Layden sings praises for Media Molecule's upcoming release.
The game creation suite is out next month for PS4.
The full release will have a lot of extra compared to the early access one.
The game creation toolkit will graduate from its early access state in roughly two months.
Act fast if you haven't bought the game yet.
The number is probably lower than expected.
One user has created a playable BT with Media Molecule's extensive creation suite.
Could a release date be soon?
Could this be the actual release for the full title?
Media Molecule wants to "keep adding to it and keep improving it."
An ambition of a different level.
Media Molecule wants to be on this one for the long haul.
Remaking themes and game levels all over the place.
Shuhei Yoshida forsees a long life for the creation-based game.
"Needless to say experience with creating in Dreams is required," says the developer.
Will this be split across multiple parts too?
"It’s absolutely something that we want to explore but nothing that we have any update on for now," says the developer.
The game builder's early access is reportedly going well.
Media Molecule says they are thinking of the game creator's future.
Sucker Punch's upcoming title is brought to life vividly with Media Molecule's creation toolset.
Media Molecule is also exploring options for other non-motion control schemes.
Media Molecule's creative sandbox is about to open up its gates for its early access phase.
Only the creation tools will be available, but it’s a start.
Media Molecule's upcoming title is shaping up to be a dream come true for the creative types.
Dreams beta players are using its creation tools to do some impressive stuff.
Media Molecule has also confirmed when the new waves for beta entry will be going live.
Media Molecule will expand on the current beta when invites go out on January 11th.
Everyone can sign up in the new year for the public beta, with invites going out in the week of January 8th.
Please be the announcement of the beta.
More information will be shared when Media Molecule is ready to share it, apparently.
Take this with a massive pinch of salt.
No, it’s not been delayed, even though we are very near the end of the year.
Sony is still not ready to talk about when we can expect to see some of their biggest upcoming exclusives.
The stages showcased were created entirely with in-game tools.
Media Molecule co-founder Alex Evans reveals a ton of new information about the game.
Everything you need to know about Dreams.
We get to see some new games created entirely within Dreams.
It's about making a performance out of the act of creating something.
Some high profile, unannounced games have popped up on Amazon Italy.
Dreams is simply put, mesmerizing.
In Dreams, any wish can come true.
Director Mark Heale says Sony has provided a lot of support during the process.
Making your dreams come true.
This speaks of the potential of Media Molecule's Dreams.
"That's not really something we're talking about at the beginning- but it's one of the long term goals in my mind."
More information about the fantastic looking Dreams.
This is what dreams are made of.
Encouraging words by the developer.
Dreams do come true...
Team PlayStation will discuss their projects during different PSX panels.
Media Molecule presents hippe Minecraft.
Expect to hear more about the latest from Sucker Punch and Media Molecule in December.
Despite fears that the project may have been cancelled due to its absence at Sony’s press conference, the game is still alive and making progress.
"Seeing people create in Dreams in VR is amazing, and being able to wander through those worlds is amazing."
Hopefully we hear about it some time soon, then.
Sony's Shuhei Yoshida confirms recent video lising was a mistake.
Don't let your dreams be dreams.
New details revealed in this hour long video.
The art shows a hermit character.
And yet, it will also be something more.
Creativity, thy name is Media Molecule.
Take a closer look at the surreal platformer.
Surreal. Bizarre. Beautiful.