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DreamWeb

DreamWeb (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Adventure (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Creative Reality

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??/??/1994
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??/??/1994

Reader Reviews

DreamWeb review

Reviewed June 10, 2009

darketernal says: "The cyberpunk genre is rarely as well presented as it should be, partially because most developers themselves haven’t the slightest idea how to present it in the first place. Sometimes, they’d opt for an overly-complex ‘hardcore’ approach, confusing newcomers with countless rules, ideas and staples of the niche genre, thinking that we should, as fans, already know what the hell they are talking about. Failing that, the other side of the coin that tries to weave a good futuristic story but fails ..."
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