Just a normal day. Erin was quite happy how things were, studying biology and off to see her boyfriend. He, however, was about to change everything.
Her boyfriend, Terry, wants her to just watch him as he listens to a tune. He says it will be a special experience. She says he should stop joking but since he insists she gives him what he wants. After all, it's only wasting a few seconds of time.
Terry puts his headphones on. The next moment - the bedroom no longer exists. Erin has entered another world. She can only call out as she sees Terry across a bridge from where she is standing just moving away from her. Further and further away. Then, she is alone with nothing around her.
What has happened? Will Erin pierce the secret of Dreamscape? And will she ever find Terry again?
Dreamscape is written around the concept of entering dreams of others. Here it is a pair of headphones that allows to achieve this uncommon thing. And thanks to these headphones you will be travelling and entering dreams of other characters - both playable (assuming their roles) or not playable (simply learning about their dreams). And although I must say I was initially put off by the graphical style typical for Japanese RPGs, later I learned to enjoy visiting all these various dreams, with their own sceneries and visual styles. So even if the game is not very complex or deep, it is surely enjoyable with its fresh approach to the subject and a wide range of dream worlds you will be visiting.
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