What It’s Like To Play A Game About Someone Else’s Dreams

Dreams are such personal things. No matter how vividly you describe them, it’s hard to put someone in your shoes, to convey the utter weirdness of dreams. Telling never works: it’s about the experience. That’s why LSD: Dream Emulator gets it so right.

In the video above, I discuss the PlayStation cult classic LSD:Dream Emulator: why it’s important, why it’s problematic, and why ultimately you should play it.

Images: The Dream Emulator Wiki

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