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Sony and Media Molecule's Dreams is an ambitious concept that we've see in the past but only recently have gotten to get a picture of. As part of a demonstration at PlayStation Live at E3, Media Molecule was on hand to showcase various players created dreams that range from 2D side-scrolling platformers, to space shooters, text adventures, and more.

With the team noting that the majority of what we see was not created by tech-savy game developers. What we find out later in the presentation is that players will have control over eveything - from modelling characters to animation to rigging to sound design to music production and all art. And with the Dream Surfing mode players will be able to drift through brand new player-created games each time they play - with the ability to remix or build on top of something you like.

A beta is on track for later this year. For a more in-depth look at the creation tools, there's the following demonstration that goes through the process.

Astonishing really, and not simplified either - as Dreams has a fully interactive step-sequencer and DAW for music creation. And so much more.

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