Slip off into the dream world and go on an aerial adventure as NiGHTS in this classic Saturn remake. Collect Ideya (colored orbs), rack up points, and battle bosses to help Elliot and Claris save Nightopia from Wizeman the Wicked.
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Slip off into the dream world and go on an aerial adventure as NiGHTS in this classic Saturn remake. Collect Ideya (colored orbs), rack up points, and battle bosses to help Elliot and Claris save Nightopia from Wizeman the Wicked. With enhanced graphics, achievements, leaderboards, and playable content from Christmas NiGHTS, this beloved title is back and better than ever.

Key Features:

  • Hd Dreams

    See NiGHTS come to life like never before with HD graphics and widescreen. All 7 original dreams have been enhanced for an invigorated gameplay experience.

  • Christmas Nights
    Experience the holiday season early with playable content from Christmas NiGHTS.

  • Achievements and Leaderboards
    Track your progress against the most dedicated NiGHTS fans in the world.

  • Saturn Dreams
    Long-time fans can re-play the game in its original form.

  • Extras

    The Movie Theater and Gallery offer a behind-the-scenes look at the story and artwork that make NiGHTS into dreams… so special.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP SP3/Vista/Win7/Win 8
    • Processor:Pentium 4 @ 3.2 GHz/Athlon 64 3000+ or Equivalent & above
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:256 MB (NVIDIA GeForce 8600/AT Radeon HD3650) & above
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX Compatible
    • Additional:2GB Memory required on Vista
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ & above
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB (NVIDIA GeForce GTS250/ATI Radeon HD 4850) & above
    • DirectX®:11
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX Compatible
    • Additional:2GB Memory required on Vista
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 10 de diciembre de 2014
De primeras no conocía este juego, solo me sonaba por jugar a un circuito en el Sonic All Star Racing Transformed pero me llamó mucho la atención y sentía curiosidad por jugarlo.

Recientemente me compré un bundle de sega en el que venía y por fin tuve la oportunidad de probarlo. Decir que empecé a jugar sin saber en qué consistía, simplemente me puse a jugar y disfrutar. La sensación de libertad que ofrece el juego es genial, básicamente trata de volar y recoger orbes que vas encontrando por el mapa. Cierto es que no puedes volar libremente por el mapa, avanzas a través de caminos prefijados que van cambiando según vas avanzando en el circuito.

Os recuerdo que es un juego de sega saturn, pero está muy bien optimizado y nos permite jugar la versión remasterizada y la original, entre otros extras.

Recomiendo pillarlo cuando esté de oferta para que le deis una oportunidad, estoy seguro que os enganchará y querréis echaros unas cuantas partidas.
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Publicado: 17 de diciembre de 2014
It's a charming game that's still really fun to play even to this day.

It's one of those games that everyone should play.
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A 7 de 9 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 14 de diciembre de 2014
Relaxing, trippy, charming.
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Publicado: 4 de enero
I did not grow up with the Saturn (or the Dreamcast), so I was kinda looking forward to playing this game for the first time. I honestly did not expect much from the gameplay going into it. I committed to getting all the A-ranks and achievements, and I ended up having a lot of fun (and some frustration) doing it.

First of all, I was suprised with the game's soundtrack and sound design. I absolutely love the soundtrack and have been listening to it all week. NiGHTS' character design is amazing, and although the 3-D cutscenes are looking dated, I had to remind myself that this game came out in 1996. All things considered, I'm pretty impressed by this game, and there's no denying that the ending, with the credits and the song, definitely put a little tear in my eye. They also included some unlockable goodies (cutscenes, artwork, an interview with the creator, and a different game mode which is mostly a reskin).

Aftering experiencing NiGHTS into dreams, I definitely wish I had grown up with this game. If you're into the SEGA style of games or story-telling (like Sonic Adventure stuff), then you might give this one a try.
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Publicado: 15 de enero
Game created by Sonic Team for SEGA Saturn. You can really feel the matter of speedrunning and going for perfect scores, espacialy when you have limited time. It has both remastered and oldschool version of the game. I prefer remastered one. I might some day try to master it though it's not easy.

Pros:
- Good game for both casuals (just to pass levels) and hardcores (fully complete);
- Sonic fans might like it;
- Mechanic at first confusing but later on easy to understand;
- Great music.

Cons:
- Honestly I don't know what's bad in this game... IMO I don't like kids in this game but without them the plot would be in chaos.
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Publicado: 6 de diciembre de 2014
I can get high just by looking at it
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I know, I've only played for minutes, but my review is for my history playing it on Sega Saturn. Looooved it! Truly a childhood memory. I used to just like running the pretty fields in human mode until the clock caught me XD

Music - Amazing (Check it out on youtube at the very least)
Graphics - Classic Saturn graphics, so nothing modern really
Gameplay - Awesome, with two different sets of levels to play
Memories - Priceless
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Awesome, charming and beautiful. It's a platform game without a platform, because you fly all over the scenario. The gameplay is speedy and the soundtrack is the best I ever listened in my lifetime of gaming. If SEGA had continued following this formula, we could still have better titles like this nowadays. It's easily one of my favorite games. Better played with a controller.
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Publicado: 26 de diciembre de 2014
This is an extremely fun game with beautiful graphics and a masterful soundtrack. It was really unique at the time and still holds up today. Long live Sega, Nights and the Saturn!
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AUDIO: Charming                                                        AESTHETIC: Surreal
MEMORABILITY: Bizarre                                             WORTH: Discount

PROS: Port seems to have very few issues. New textures look very nice, but classic version is available to be played as well. Dream themes go beyond mere trippy visuals and mimic actual facets from thoughts and anxieties.

CONS: FPS caps at 30, (Not a problem for me but worth mentioning for those who are irritated by things like that) the game itself has very little instruction. If you're unfamiliar with the gameplay for NiGHTS, you're going to be confused. Controller settings reset often for me, I have not figured out why. Control-style and 3D graphics are obviously a bit dated (What did you expect?)

OVERALL: I can see why this game is both cult and classic; it's not very friendly to newcomers and by today's standards, the score-based style gameplay would only appeal to a selective audience. But it's still very fun once you've gotten a grasp on it, as it's lenience for low passing scores allows you to enjoy the story without necessarily being good at it.

                                                    
SCORE: 7/10
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Publicado: 4 de enero
Amazingly good.
The gameplay is addicting and fun, the soundtrack is whimsical and upbeat, the art direction is magical and the game has lots of details, replayablity and extras.
No cutscenes or dialogue, which IMO is a plus. Difficulty is just right, bosses can be hard.
Buy it!
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 30 de noviembre de 2014
This game is great. Better than I remember.. Most of you playing are playing because its something nostalgic for you from your childhood.

Some of you are confused and wrong about what this game does and doesnt have..

Controller and Fullscreen Support -- It has both.
1080p -- Check.

That being said, it is apparently difficult for some people to find these options.
Right click on the game in your Steam Library, Click Game Configuration.

When that comes up, pick your controler, and or set your resolution and fullscreen mode if you like.

Next.. There are two game modes "Sega Saturn Dreams" and "Brand New Dreams"
From what I can tell, Sega Saturn Dreams is just that -- Full Saturn Port.. No high-res graphics..
But!
Brand New Dreams Fixes all of that, fresh new graphics, full 1080p support WIth at least the first level being almost exactly the same, but better! (I dont know about the others, i havent played fully through it yet.)

This game is everything you want.
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Publicado: 4 de diciembre de 2014
I can see why this game made people buy a Sega Saturn.
I can also see why a lot of people didn't buy a Sega Saturn.
Controls take some time getting used to, but when you do the game's pretty great.
I recommend playing it if just for the final level.
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Publicado: 6 de diciembre de 2014
I can see from the other reviews that many of you can't figure out what to do. I don't really blame you because the game doesn't directly explain it. You have to collect at least 20 of the small blue orbs to destroy the large blue orb, then go to the gazebo looking thing to advance to the next part of the level. The stars and rings and such are all for points.

This game is extremely fun once you figure out what you're doing. If you're in the right mood, it can even be a magical experience. It's easy to see why it became a cult classic.

The remastered graphics in "Brand New Dreams" look great, but even the original Sega Saturn graphics hold up surprisingly well.

The only complaint I have with this game is that it's very short and easy, but leaderboards and achievements give it replay value.
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Publicado: 4 de diciembre de 2014
When I purchased the Jet Set Radio port there were severe controller issues that rendered it unplayable, for the longest time that kept me from purchasing the NiGHTS port. Now that I've played the port however it controls like butter on a hot knife, its fantastic. Outside of a few missing extras this is the best way to play, just make sure to grab a analog controller for the best experience.
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Publicado: 19 de diciembre de 2014
Ahh, NiGHTS. The instant I entered this dream, I was hooked, I became an instant fan of this flying purple jester. I have discovered this game a little later in my life, so I'm pretty much jealous of the guys who actually GREW up with this game. Must've been a magical experience for you all...

Anyway, my thoughts for this game. Played the Sega Saturn version of this game (on an emulator, at least), and it's controls are simple enough. At least two buttons to drill dash and two more buttons to do some tricks. With that, you're all set for a flying adventure that will make you dizzy and your fingers aching the first time!

Now what can I say about this port? It's everything I envision in its HD remake: smoother models, better resolution, HQ textures, and an actual main menu! The controls are also optimized well for PC gaming, and that's well appreciated.

The music? Still as good as ever! NiGHTS music really has this certain thing to it that distinguishes it perfectly from Sonic's musical scores (which is just as good, btw). I still listen to it from time to time and it really is a great music for daydreaming :P

The story? Unlike its sequel, the story really is a bit hard to catch since we're only given a few cutscenes explaining how Elliot and Claris ended up in the night dimension, and I get that each stage and bosses means something storywise, but it's always not easy to understand.

The bossfights? Creative! Each level has its boss, and each one has a different tactic required to beat them. My personal favorite is Reala's, because it's straightforward; no timing, no patterns, just aerial acrobatic action! After a while though, it's gonna get repetitive, so savor the awesome feeling you get in the bossfights while you still can!


Overall I give this game a 9/10 - you must try this at least once in your life! It's a good game, and one that will help you remember what being a child is like, should you forget.
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Publicado: 16 de diciembre de 2014
This game is so nostalgic for me. When I was child I tried this game at a supermarket and liked it, and when I went home I recommended it to my brother. Then, we went to the supermarket again so he could test it. We didn't know the game's title but we called it: "wizard and witch" :D

This game is weird but makes you happy. Amazing soundtrack though.
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Publicado: 24 de diciembre de 2014
This is a very fun game... for me. This is not a bad game at all. If you missed out because you had the commen sense as a kid not to buy a SEGA Saturn, or do not live in Japan so you could not easily obtain the PS2 version of this game released in 2008, then YAY here it is. This game is short to say the leas of it. If you are good at the game or just pick up things fast then this may at best take you 2 hours to complete the game. There is a lot of replay value in it though. Note the fact that the Sega Saturn version of the game mod you can paly is not like the actual SEGA Saturn version though. Simmilar, but frame rate differences and draw distances are not the same. The Saturn version to me is easeir to play. the graphics are nice and pritty for what it is. I own both NiGHTS into Dream and Christmas NiGHTS into Dreams so I know the differences. Sadly I can say much about the PS2 version, which this is for the most part an exact port of. The A-life system is fun to mess around with adding in the content from Christmas NiGHTS that tells you the status of your winged baby freaks.(NiGHTOPIANS) To be honest it is worth checking out, just be aware it is on rails when you are NiGHTS. Also they cut Multi player and Sonic into Dreams so that kind of sucks, but still.
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What a breakthrough year 1996 was for three-dimensional gaming. The most popular titles left and right reveled in this new format, from "Tomb Raider" to "Quake" to "Super Mario 64", to what would be Sega's best game since "Sonic the Hedgehog 2".

"NiGHTS Into Dreams", with its years of reputation as a cult classic, is the most exhilirating and structured 3D effort in the Sega library. It really does make sense that Sonic Team would be the ones to create this game, because it translates every last good detail about the Sonic games into 3D. What this game nails most of all is the sense of how dynamic speed becomes its own experience as you play. The faster you zoom through each level's circuits, doing more and more things while your score climbs into the tens of thousands and upwards, the more it's revealed how the game uses 3D to create a space for all this action. By placing the focus on score-attacking, the 3D spacing of "NiGHTS Into Dreams" allows every movement and press of the action buttons to build into a chain of arcade-style accomplishments. It's less vast than other games from 1996, and most of Sega's 3D forays after this game, but it's leaner than any of them.

The fantasy setting of this game, about two kids uniting with a friendly creature to fly through a dreamscape, grows out of its structure. It's used nicely, and the pop-psychology themes about courage and the subconscious become one big stocking stuffer to go with everything else in the game. This Steam version is a bigger stocking than the original game, with bonus content and the option between PS2-quality and Saturn-quality graphics, and the main game is just as great.
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i still have the saturn version and controler and this is a good port and emulation. you also get christmas nights but it dont work as cool as the real thing on saturn.

but you can run the game at insane res so everything looks good you also get the ps2 remake. any controler you use is not as good as the real saturn 3d controler though there is something wrong with the dead zone in the center so it is not as precise on fine movements and tricks.

this is basic a port of the xbox 360 and ps3 versions of the port of the saturn and ps2 remake. i played this port of nights mostly on the xbox 360 the pc version is the same other than the obvious pc hardware improvements higher than 720p/1080p res gpu filters ETC

the A-life system seems to have been changed for the emulation and port job. in the saturn another fille on the system flash ram was made that kept track of what you did to the nightopians and their AI in the game I dont think this one does it in the exact same way.


ALSO if you do not have a analog stick controler of some type this game is almost not playable there is a reason it was bundled with a special controler on the saturn. if you plan on useing a keyboard forget about it a lot of special tricks and harder courses will be 99.9% impossible with digital controls.
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