"Art's Dream has been developed within Dreams using the same tools as the players are given, and it's phenomenal."
A new trailer has landed that reveals more about what VR headset owners will be able to do in Dreams.
Developer Media Molecule is looking for VR testers for Dreams and each tester is to get paid £200.
Do you want to try Media Molecule's Dreams in which virtually everything's possible? Now you can.
Media Molecule's PS4-exclusive lets players create whatever they want, and what they want would appear to be Mario.
Today on GR Live we're going to take a closer look at the powerful content creation tools in Media Molecule's newest release.
Media Molecule's dreamy new creative endeavour is out now and we're taking a look at the studio's hand-crafted story campaign.
Anyone who purchased the early access version can start playing and creating on February 11, three days before anyone else.
The release date is just over a month away, and developer Media Molecule is ready for the launch.
After just being removed from early access, we know that Media Molecule's full launch is mere months away.
We don't know a date for the full release yet, but Media Molecule has a few things left to polish, with players still able to buy it now.
We had a quick chat with Media Molecule about Dreams and the endless possibilities within at Madrid Games Week.
Don't ask what Dreams can do for you, ask what you can do in Dreams.
This will be available to purchase on the PS Store, granting access to the full toolset and other features like arcade games, tutorials and more.
We delve into why we think Media Molecule may have a real hit on its hands.
We visited the Dreamiverse (which, it turns out, is in Surrey) for a guided tour of the creation tools that are set to define Media Molecule's latest project.