Explore the dangerous and mysterious world of dreams in this 20 hour old-school RPG by the makers of the "Millennium" series. After an experimentation that goes out of control, Erin is trapped in the Dreamscape and must find a way out. Her only chance: magical headphones that allow her to visit one's dreams and imagination. On her way, she meets odd creatures - enemy or ally? Play the game and find out! Dreamscape features 8 playable characters, multiple modes and difficulties, an award system, end-game rewards, Jack the Ripper, Al Capone, ancient Egypt, vampires, dreams within dreams, and many more!
This is a fun game that it will provide you with more than 20 hours of unique gameplay and an exciting story. There's also a lot of extra features like hidden characters if you complete the game without touching the Healing Girl, the secret world called ''Gates of Hell'' and all. Appart from that, there are fun characters that will have you laughing the entire game, also full of references of movies, places and villains that I'm sure that everyone will like. :)
This game's got everything I like about RPGs, and does it with originality to boot. The story is not like any other that I've come across and I'm including Whisper of a Rose and Sweet Lily Dreams, which also have dream settings. I was drawn into the world the game creates because it was so easy to engage with the characters. A very good story which has a clear plot line, but still leaves lots of room for non-linear play. There's a lot of humor in the dialogues, but also other emotions as well.
Gameplay is varied, and uses the atmospherics of the different locations (and trust me, they are different!) to build suspense. It's long, and even if you don't choose to play the different possibilities that open up once you've finished, it's got great replay value
Dreamscape is a really unique game. You jump between different dreams and carefully try to find your way through. Some of the dreams are dark and scary, some are more adventurous, and often you will need to search carefully in one dream in order to advance in another one.
Add interesting characters, humor, good replayability (each finished difficulty gives you a different bonus for new game), beautiful visuals and fitting music to the equation and I believe that Dreamscape can be recommended to just anyone.