History VideoGame / LSDDreamEmulator

17th Jan '18 12:56:01 PM Arachnos
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* NonIndicativeName: For something named "Lovely Sweet Dream", this game contains a lot of rather offputting [[NightmareFuel nightmarish stuff]]. The ''other'' signification of the acronym "LSD", on the other hand, [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs is pretty appropriate]].
16th Nov '17 6:26:04 AM Ulrik54
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There also is a complete remake which is fan made coming out sometime in the future. Follow the dev [[http://blog.figglewatts.co.uk/ here]]. It's classified as LSD in HD according to how it is being described.

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There also is a complete remake which is fan made coming out sometime in the future. Follow the dev [[http://blog.figglewatts.co.uk/ here]]. It's classified as LSD in HD according to how it is being described. Current version available for download [[https://gamejolt.com/games/lsd-revamped/46475 here]].
22nd Aug '16 11:27:18 PM Kytseo
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1st Aug '16 2:30:26 PM SbenLives
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* FeaturelessProtagonist: Possibly, although a [[spoiler:skeleton found in a room of the hotel suggests your character is female and the dream log this is based off of is from a woman]].

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* FeaturelessProtagonist: Possibly, although the dream journal the game is based on is from a [[spoiler:skeleton woman, and [[spoiler:a skeleton found in a room of the hotel suggests your character is female and the dream log this is based off of is from a woman]].female]].
28th May '16 10:31:16 PM nombretomado
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''LSD: Dream Emulator'' is a PS1-era game created by Creator/OsamuSato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.

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''LSD: Dream Emulator'' is a PS1-era [=PS1=]-era game created by Creator/OsamuSato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.
29th Jan '16 5:58:28 AM aye_amber
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** There's a theory that he is the result of a sleep disorder called hypnognia, where the sleeping mind automatically assumes that there is a dangerous entity/danger.
* LetsPlay: After Creator/{{Azuritereaction}} (often known for his ''RockBand'' videos) played this, it became quite popular to play it and film your reactions.
* MindScrew: Nobody (at least none in the English fan community) has figured out how the hell the game actually works. In a very kind gesture, every area in the game is connected in a concrete way and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGr9Ari_4Ok maps exist]], but the actual methods the game uses to randomly decide where you go, what happens, and what it looks like are unknown. It's strongly implied that there ''is'' some sort of system the game has, but...

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** There's a theory that he is the result of a sleep disorder called hypnognia, where the sleeping mind automatically assumes that there is a dangerous entity/danger.
entity / danger.
* LetsPlay: After Creator/{{Azuritereaction}} (often known for his ''RockBand'' ''VideoGame/RockBand'' videos) played this, it became quite popular to play it and film your reactions.
* MindScrew: Nobody (at least none in the English fan community) has figured out how the hell the game actually works. In a very kind gesture, every area in the game is connected in a concrete way and [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGr9Ari_4Ok maps exist]], exist,]] but the actual methods the game uses to randomly decide where you go, what happens, and what it looks like are unknown. It's strongly implied that there ''is'' some sort of system the game has, but...



** It seems that after you run into the Grey Man and the Dream Log gets erased, it also erases all progress in getting the creepy textures, events, and characters so you have to start over from the normal textures again. Which is fairly annoying if you're trying to see just how creepy and confusing the game can get.

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** It seems that after you run into the Grey Gray Man and the Dream Log gets erased, it also erases all progress in getting the creepy textures, events, and characters so you have to start over from the normal textures again. Which is fairly annoying if you're trying to see just how creepy and confusing the game can get.



* SugarBowl / ToyTime: One of the areas, but just be careful not to get in any of the [[GoombaStomp residents' ways]]...

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* SugarBowl / ToyTime: One of the areas, but just be careful not to get in any of the [[GoombaStomp residents' ways]]...ways...]]
9th Jan '16 5:02:37 PM Camwood
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''LSD: Dream Emulator'' is a PS1-era game created by Osamu Sato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.

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''LSD: Dream Emulator'' is a PS1-era game created by Osamu Sato Creator/OsamuSato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.
20th Dec '15 5:59:26 PM eroock
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-->--'''Creator/{{Azuritereaction}}'''[='s=] Website/YouTube commentary of the game.

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-->--'''Creator/{{Azuritereaction}}'''[='s=] -->-- '''Creator/{{Azuritereaction}}'''[='s=] Website/YouTube commentary of the game.
20th Dec '15 5:59:17 PM eroock
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'''''LSD: Dream Emulator''''' is a PS1-era game created by Osamu Sato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.

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'''''LSD: ''LSD: Dream Emulator''''' Emulator'' is a PS1-era game created by Osamu Sato (who also made ''[[VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou Eastern Mind: The Lost Souls of Tong-Nou]]''), and only released in Japan. It's a CultClassic, especially among LetsPlay groups. There is no goal, no combat, nothing but walking around the completely random environments. The main appeal for players is its insanity one day, you might see a line of elephants walking into a pit, while other times you might encounter [[FanNickname the Grey Man]], the closest thing to a recurring villain. Imagine a randomized ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''.
20th Sep '15 4:14:48 PM Folamh3
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* EnvironmentalNarrativeGame: Perhaps a prototypical example of the genre. Although there isn't a concrete narrative, it features many of the traits commonly associated with the genre: minimalist game mechanics, a first-person perspective and an emphasis on exploration.
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