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Pénétrez dans le Monde des Rêves et envolez-vous dans une aventure aérienne avec NiGHTS grâce à ce remake du jeu classique sur Saturn. Ramassez des Ideyas (orbes colorés), cumulez des points et affrontez des Boss afin d'aider Elliot et Claris à libérer Nightopia de l'emprise de Wizeman the Wicked.
Date de parution: 17 déc 2012
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Pénétrez dans le Monde des Rêves et envolez-vous dans une aventure aérienne avec NiGHTS grâce à ce remake du jeu classique sur Saturn. Ramassez des Ideyas (orbes colorés), cumulez des points et affrontez des Boss afin d'aider Elliot et Claris à libérer Nightopia de l'emprise de Wizeman the Wicked. Incluant les 7 rêves originaux, des graphismes améliorés, des succès, des classements et du contenu jouable provenant de Christmas NiGHTS, ce jeu adulé est de retour, et encore mieux qu'avant.

caractéristiques :

  • Des rêves en HD

    Grâce à des graphismes HD et le mode plein écran, regardez NiGHTS prendre vie. Les 7 rêves originaux ont été améliorés pour une expérience de gameplay revigorée.

  • Nights de Noël
    Profitez des fêtes de fin d'année en avance avec un contenu de Christmas NiGHTS.

  • Des succès et des classements
    Suivez votre progrès contre les fans de NiGHTS les plus dévoués dans le monde.

  • Rêves originaux de la Saturn
    Les fans de longue date peuvent rejouer au jeu dans sa forme originale.

  • Extras

    Une salle vidéo et une galerie.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation :Windows XP SP3/Vista/Win7/Win 8
    • Processeur :Pentium 4 @ 3.2 GHz/Athlon 64 3000+ ou Equivalent & supérieur
    • Mémoire vive :1 Go RAM
    • Affichage :256 Mo (NVIDIA GeForce 8600/AT Radeon HD3650) & supérieur
    • DirectX® :9.0c
    • Disque dur :4 Go d'espace libre sur disque dur
    • Son :Compatible DirectX
    • Additional:2Go de mémoire nécessaire sur Vista
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation :Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processeur :Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ & supérieur
    • Mémoire vive :2 Go RAM
    • Affichage :512 Mo (NVIDIA GeForce GTS250/ATI Radeon HD 4850) & supérieur
    • DirectX® :11
    • Disque dur :4 Go d'espace libre sur disque dur
    • Son :Compatible DirectX
    • Additional:2Go de mémoire nécessaire sur Vista
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Game plays very well with an analog controller, You need the XBOX 360 Controller or your out of luck playing with a keyboard it wont work well. - However I feel that this game is locked at 30 FPS and you cant achieve higher performance even though you have the higher end hardware. The good news though its very smooth and fluid and stays true to the original Sega Saturn game. The only complain that I have is that in Sega Saturn Mode- the game is not a true emulation - its a remake using texture mapping without filtering - nothing more. I guess Saturn Emulation is hard to achieve. While there are many emulators out there they require a high system requirement and even at that you don't get accurate results. Nonetheless though , if you want a trip down memory lane , its here for you , but if you know how to beat the Sega Saturn game, you will finish this in mere moments......
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Having been a fan of NiGHTS since its original release back on the Sega Saturn, I can tell you a LOT of love went into this port. In addition to the original game itself, included also is the rare and coveted demo disc Christmas NiGHTS, opening up unlockables and a varient of Spring Valley primarily centered around Christmas (though the theme sometimes changes depending on the holiday/date, such as April Fools, Halloween, summer, Valentines, etc). This alone makes this port worth it to the die-hard fan, but on top of this, you've given the option to switch between the original Sega Saturn graphics, or the graphics of the formally Japan-only PS2 remake.

For those of you unfamiliar with this title, you can choose between to play as either Claris or Elliot, two children whom by day struggle to overcome their fears, and by night aid NiGHTS in overthrowing the king of all Nightmare, Wizeman. As you fly through linear circular stages, you'll collect orbs and other goodies, destroying captures that hold Ideya - raw dream energy - that had been stolen from the two children. Its story is left intentionally vague to encourage the player's own imagination to interpret the events. There are also many goodies and easter eggs to be found hidden around, including the curious Nightopian AI (these being creatures that breed, grow, die and can even hybridize with enemies within the level). At the time of its original release this game offered groundbreaking techniques in graphics and gameplay style, giving it its own place in history and recognized by many as an unofficial secondary mascot to Sonic Team.

And now for the downside. Unfortunately, the game is incredibly short and can be 100%'d in only a few hours, though the extras help to provide some replay value. Also, while the controls, for the most part, are pretty tight there are areas where NiGHTS becomes difficult to control - particularly areas like the bobsled, mermaid and rail portions from their respective levels.

Still, despite those problems, for the price and what it comes with, I would consider it well worth it and highly recommend it to anyone interested in a timeless masterpiece and a piece of gaming history. If you're still unsure, I would say to consider waiting for a sale. Either way, NiGHTS into Dreams is well worth having in your collection.
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okay but being a little drunk and high at 2 am on a monday and experiencing NiGHTS for the first time is probably going to be an experience i remember for the rest of my life

just. a purposefully un-gendered purple character defeating the insecurities of children that manifest in their dreams in a rampaging world of colors and textures that defies common gameworld conceptions of dimensions and movement

there is nothing else like it

i was not prepared and now nothing will ever be the same
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Plays like a dream just as i remebered it on the sega saturn.
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If you grew up with this game, this is a good conversion (though a controller is a must) and the HD graphics mode offers a nice, if subtle upgrade to the original graphics. However, like most of Sega's early 3D games (Virtua Fighter excluded), it was somewhat lacking in polish to begin with and as such hasn't stood the test of time well. I have a lot more respect for the team that did Journey of Dreams after revisiting this than I did before because, while that game failed spectacularly, the original NiGHTS didn't exactly give them a lot to work with. A lot of the reason why Journey of Dreams was bad is that NiGHTS itself, by modern standards, isn't very good. I'm giving this a recommend, but that only applies if you already own the game and would like to play it again without dealing with old hardware. On that level, this succeeds abundantly, and I hope Sega will continue to do re-releases of their older games. But if you're not already familiar with NiGHTS, this is a skip. It's a product of a bygone era of gaming, and a company that was struggling to find its identity in a changing industry, and it shows. NiGHTS was clever and beautiful for its time, but now it mostly seems counterintuitive and dated.
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40 hours of playing NiGHTS into Dreams. All I can say is I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!
The gameplay may look boring, inane, or weird but if you give it a try, I promise you will love it. If you are a SEGA or Sonic fan, you have no excuse not to purchase it. It should be illegal not to buy it if you adore sonic.

NiGHTS will always be my favorite game. I've never had so much fun playing a video game.
The soundtrack is just gorgeous. The album version is better! It comes with two alternative songs for each level.

The gameplay is difficult to explain, to be honest. Your objective is to collect 20 orbs as fast as you can. With the reminding time, your goal is to gain as much points as possible by flying through hoops without losing your chain.

My only comaplains are the boss battles, 6 long levels (around ten minutes long) and locked at 30FPS. In addition, I did not like the boss battles. They may be advance during their time, but I found them ambiguous to beat.

However, eventually, you will want to try again and again to beat your scores. NiGHTS has that feeling like playing a Sonic game.

It comes with bonus features like the SEGA Saturn version and a remastered christmas theme of Spring Valley.

Overall, if you see this game on sale, its a must purchase game. You will love it!

My steam friends comments on game:

"I really like it actually. I usually dig Sega games, and this one came through. It's very unique! Loved it!"

I STILL LOVE THIS GAME TODAY. :D
Posté le : 1 décembre 2013
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