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Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- Gets First Screenshots Showing Gameplay and Environments

Playism released the first screenshots of the upcoming reimagining of Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- coming to PC on February 23.

The screenshots show the images of environments and scenarios that players will have to research through the experience game. Additionally, its promoted that, such as the first, this reimagining has been produced with RPG Maker tools. However, Yume Nikki -Dream Diary-  is not a picture of the first game released in 2004. On the contrary, it is a reimagining of the original release with influences from Cartoon juggernauts to make.

The team in Playism and Active Gaming Media have partnered with Yume Nikki publisher Kadokawa Games and authentic founder Kikiyama to deliver this project to life for a brand new generation of gamers.   Yume Nikki -Dream Diary-  will also feature new creatures who have laid dormant in Kikiyama’s mind for 16 years.

DualShockers has covered Yumi Nikki  in a previous attribute detailing a number of the most effective Japanese indie games which you have never played. Our staff provides an in-depth excuse of Yumi Nikki’s  development and the reason it’s praised by those who have played it.

You can check out the screenshots of the game below:

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