Here’s how LittleBigPlanet creator Media Molecule’s next game, Dreams, will actually play. You’ll directly control a tiny “imp,” which will allow you to possess any character and add stuff to game worlds as you explore them. You know, just like in real dreams.
Kickstarter is an absurd place where dreams often become reality — dreams like USB-controlled fans that you control with your face.
This morning, I woke up from a dream to answer nature’s call. My first waking thought was, “Whoa, I need to get back to that dream.” Because, in that dream, I was going to deliver an impromptu lecture to a packed loft-style apartment—with Joe Kelly, Gail Simone and, Jesus H. Christ, one of my all-time favorite comics…
I have these dreams. Dreams where my body gets out of the way, dreams where I'm not restricted by the natural limitations of bone, sinew and gravity. The dreams are not always the same. Sometimes I glide. Sometimes I float.
In today's dream-fueled episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, amazingly-named commenter Mr. Allspark wants to give you all of the money in the world, hypothetically.
Any activity you perform often enough has a tendency to invade your nightmares, even video games. In today's Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter GiantBoyDetective shares his Zelda-fueled nightmare, and you share your own.
Is there a perfect Sonic the Hedgehog video game? Perhaps the answer lies in our imaginations. In today's Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Lance423 wonders what your ideal speeding hedgehog game would play like.
Message from God, insight into our subconscious, predictions of the future: Many believe dreams offer some level of insight into something deeper than simply our daily preoccupations.
A recent study suggests that video game players could have the power to alter their nightmares, turning the tide on the things that go bump in our subconscious minds. We are the Dream Warriors.