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LSD: Dream Emulator (Sony PlayStation 1, 1998)
About this product
- Product InformationOne of the most rare games on PlayStation, LSD is an experimental project that provides a trippy visual/aural interactive experience where players can explore their dreams, venturing across multiple landscapes of bizarre imagery and unexpected encounters.
- GameLSD: Dream Emulator
- PlatformSony PlayStation 1
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1998
Most relevant reviews
- 1014667290@dele...Jun 21, 2013by
amazing and odd but fun game... beware of the dream killer.
as the others said in the above statements, this game is quite the thrill, and at points can be confusing and then scary... just last night i was at the shores walking when all of a sudden a woman appeared from nowhere and got me. the point is, this game is great and is worth the money. but to be be honest there are PlayStation emulators out there on the internet for PC, and these emulator allow you to play PlayStation games on your computer. just find the ROM (PS1 game) on the internet and play from your PC and enjoy. but don't do it unless you don't have 300+ $ to fork out. if you do i would recommend getting the physical disk and console to play on for the best experience. plus sometimes the emulators can have problems with lagging, and could easily ruin the game-play. so if you don't have the money use and emulator. but if you do buy it now. its worth it. :)Read full review
- thatdevinguyJun 27, 2012by
One of my favorite games of all time. Honestly, it is worth the $300+.
Just wow. This game will twist and turn your psyche in so many ways. Every time you start a new "Day" it is a whole new world. There is countless textures so when you go into a building one day and that same building the next, the colors and patterns have changed.
The music messes with your visual stimulation. It makes your mind run a muck in such a lustful way, its almost a sin to even begin to recollect your thoughts on what is happening.
It's quite scary at times too. Some maps in the game promote a very odd and artistic form of violence all the while making you shiver in disgust over the graphic scenes.
The game roots from the dreams of the games creator. She wrote down her dreams, drew them out, for quite some time and manifested it within a game. The name "LSD" might make you think this is a game emulating the effects of such a recreational drug, but, in fact, it stands for "Lovely Sweet Dream". This stems off into a chart that pops up after every dream sequence you have. It can be from Good to bad and from static to dynamic.
Villains, oddly enough, do appear in this game. The grey man, is a silhouette of a man wearing a fedora and raincoat that pops up in front of you randomly within the world. If he is able to catch you, you lose all recollection of that dream. This is by far the most disturbing part of the entire experience. It might seem like such a small segment of such a large game, but the Grey Man will leave you on the edge of your seat, anticipating and wondering what will approach you next.
The game as a whole will leave you perplexed. While there is no set goal, quest or prerogative, it makes you think. Is there really no goal? Is there something more to this game than I can muster? Only you can decide how to take the game. Your mind is your own and "LSD: Dream Emulator" wants to manipulate and push that mind to the edges of reason, prodding and advocating your very core of thought, wanting you to think and react differently and to explore all options.Read full review
- shivers7766Oct 26, 2011by
an exprince like you've never had
first of all this game is like no other. its a fist person adventure game where you explore your dream world while on lsd. if you like weird game this is by far the weird game to date. also a nice plus is that its extremely rare and almost impossible to find. the only thing that really sucks about the game is the sound and price. the sounds on the ground makes the game really annoying and the music is just a bunch of random sounds. all in all if your a casual gamer don't buy, its on the expensive side (200-300). however if your a collector this is a must have.