|Game Name||LSD: Dream Emulator|
|Console||Sony PlayStation (PSX)|
|Game Release||1998-10-22 (23 years ago)|
|Publisher||Asmik Ace Entertainment Inc|
|Languages||English Patched, Japanese|
LSD: Dream Emulator (エルエスディー) is a Simulation video game published by Asmik Ace Entertainment Inc released on October 22nd, 1998 for the Sony PlayStation (PSX).
|Release Date||01 May 2020|
Review by CheeseCake:
LSD: Dream Emulator is game by Asmik Ace Entertainment based on the dream journal of one of its staff members, Hiroko Nishikawa.
In LSD, the player navigates a psychedelic dream-like world in first person POV. The point of the game is to simply walk around and explore things in the new strange environment.
When you “bump” into certain objects in the environment, you are transported into a different area immediately. These usually lead into even stranger dreams.
Each dream lasts about 10 minutes until you “wake up” and are kicked back into the game’s initial menu. Death such as falling off a cliff will instantly wake you up. A graph will appear after each dream explaining the general nature of the player’s dream with Upper, Static, Dynamic, and Downer.
Review by Wenedpoh:
Ever thought about “Hey, i had a cool dream last night and it would make a cool video game”?
Well… this guy did…
-LSD: Dream Emulator-
It’s hard to explain this game
There are no objectives. Yeah, non. You are in a dream in which you just explore the surroundings walking arround and… wow am i really trying to make you play this?
If you hit any wall or object you encounter, you will get teleported into another “what the hell world” filled with crazy random stuff.
Anything you will see…ANYTHING…it’s plain crazy random stuff. And the sound doesn’t help at all…just make it more and more….aghh
What will you feel while playing this?
You will feel like you are high…really high.