YES! Sega has announced an HD remake of the Sega Saturn classic NiGHTS into dreams... for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC this fall. The game was originally released on the Sega Saturn 16 years ago today, and now it returns with HD graphics, a 16:9 aspect ration, leaderboards and trophies/achievements. There's also an optional Saturn mode that leaves the original graphics intact.
I'm so excited! Check out the new screenshots in our gallery. It looks so nice in HD.
|5:00 PM on 11.10.2012|
Review: NiGHTS into Dreams...
Full disclosure: I missed out on NiGHTS when it was originally released on the Saturn. I had the demo disc, but never played it, and the PlayStation 2 release never hit North America. Now that it's available via download on console, I figured I'd take a crack at it and see what all the hype was about back in the day. I was not prepared for this game.more
|1:00 PM on 09.17.2012|
NiGHTS and Sonic Adventure 2 are on sale in October
After a ton of speculation, it seems as if Sega has finally spilled the beans on the release dates of NiGHTS into dreams and Sonic Adventure 2. Both will be coming in October for $9.99 (800 Microsoft Points). Both games will ...more
|12:20 PM on 07.06.2011|
OverClocked Remix album NiGHTS: Lucid Dreaming
As a loyal Sega kid I still have a place in my heart for NiGHTS. The Sega Saturn game had such an impact on me. And the music! I still love the music. I play the game's vocal song, "Dreams, Dreams," on the piano almost eve...more
|10:00 PM on 04.08.2010|
Deathspank creator leaves Hothead before game launches
Ron Gilbert won't be sticking around the Hothead offices long enough to see his latest game, the supposed "Monkey Island meets Diablo" action-RPG Deathspank, to certification. Gilbert announced on his blog that he has "left" ...more
|3:16 PM on 12.19.2007|
M4G interviews NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams composers, samples included
Music4Games continues their list of stellar interviews with the people behind great game music with this new interview with the composers of NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams. They talk with Tomoko Sasaki and Naofumi Hataya about the...more