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Step into the surreal world of Dream Chronicles on the console

Posted by: Tina at 2/8/2010 2:12 PM
Although players have been experiencing the surreal world of Dream Chronicles on the PC for quite some time, Hudson Entertainment wants to introduce console gamers to the realm of puzzle adventures in the town of Wish.

Playing as Faye, you’ll traverse 18 dream-like locations to solve the mystery of what has happened to your husband in the midst of a town that has fallen under a sleeping spell.

You can find the game coming soon on XBLA and PSN, but take a look at the screens below in the meantime.



DREAM CHRONICLES WEAVING ITS WAY TO XBOX LIVE ARCADE AND

PLAYSTATION NETWORK



Surreal Adventure Game Coming to Consoles



San Mateo, Calif. – Feb. 8, 2010 – Dreams do come true, as Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American subsidiary of HUDSON SOFT, partners with PlayFirst to bring the award-winning Dream Chronicles to consoles beginning this Spring. The stylized adventure game licensed through PlayFirst is coming to Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation® Network for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system.



“Dream Chronicles has been enchanting players on Windows PC for several years and soon console players will get the chance to solve the mystery of this dreamscape,” said Sabine Duvall, Vice President of Digital Download at Hudson Entertainment. “We look forward to welcoming fans and new players alike to the experience of this surreal world.”



Dream Chronicles takes place in an ethereal world where the lines between reality and fantasy fade away. Players take on the role of Faye, who must follow subtle clues to find her missing husband and escape from the mysterious sleeping spell that has taken over the town of Wish. Players will search high and low for the solutions to puzzles and obstacles that block their way across 18 fantastic locations and can even work with a friend, either online or offline, to solve the mystery that unfolds.



The original Windows PC version was a Zeeby winner for “People’s Choice Award for Best Hidden Object & Adventure Game of 2007.”