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Nights: Into Dreams on PC Wii

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Nights: Into Dreams is a Racing game available on the PC Wii.

Nights: Into Dreams is a Racing game. Racing games, although sometimes seen as a sporting sub category, are a well established video game genre in their own right.


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Family Gamer review Sun, 19 Apr 2009

For anyone who liked Peggle the sequel Peggle Nights is a must and a treasure trove for new adventures and hours of fun.

After tearing myself away from Peggle I gave myself the royal treatment and dove into Peggle Nights. The masters of the Peggle Institute that guided one through the original game are back and offer new adventures. This time the adventures are themed based on what the Peggle masters dream to do, which is anything from scientist to rock star. The goal is the same, clear the orange pegs, rake in as many points as possible, and use the Peggle master's special powers wisely that still hide behind the green pegs. This time around more things turn and even more stuff is in the way, but for seasoned Peggle players the adventures are almost too easy to complete. Marina, the squid, is a new Peggle master and her electrobolt power is quite tricky to master. It is too easy to just blast away a few pegs that wouldn't have been a problem anyway.
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Family Gamer review Mon, 11 Aug 2008

Twelve years ago the Sonic Team released Nights into Dreams for the Sega Saturn; the game went on to appear in several greatest games lists, and last year demand for a sequel was finally answered in the guise of Nights: Journey into Dreams on the Wii.

I missed out on the Nights phenomenon the first time round so I was intrigued to see what all the fuss was about. When I first loaded the game I was mistaken into thinking it was a 'walk around and talk to characters to collect items and solve problems' type affair. However, I soon realised I was mistaken. A quick search on Google (the instruction book not offering much instruction) revealed that this was more akin to a racing game; taking charge of the infamous Nights, you fly around a circuit completing various tasks.
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Eclectic Gamer review Tue, 11 Sep 2007

When the Sonic Team decided to release a sequel to the 1996 Sega Saturn favourite Nights into Dreams they would have been better off calling it Nights: Journey into Frustration!

While waiting for the game to load (which takes quite a while) I opened the instruction book to discover there are no less than four controller schemes to choose from, and three pages of moves you can make, each one slightly different depending on the controller you decide on. Hmm. I settled on the traditional Wii Remote and Numchuk and was slightly happier when I realised there was a training mode to help me learn the moves.
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