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  1. Sep 21, 2017
    DreamBreak is a short but still enjoyable title for those who decide to jump in. The intriguing story could have been expanded upon a little more, however the game doesn't needlessly outstay its welcome purely for the playtime. With different mini-games and mechanics spread throughout, the two or so hours that you will spend will be engaging. Eugene's slightly clunky controls need tightening for fluidity. Meanwhile, the lack of replay value means that the game won't have much of a lasting effect in today's market, but that shouldn't deter fans of the genre. If you're a genre fan and don't need DreamBreak to break the mold of point and clicks, it'll be a short but fun adventure.
  2. Oct 13, 2017
    Needless to say, this is a dated experience that will only appeal to a certain type of gamer. That is, folks who grew up with this type of game, or those who consider themselves students of the medium. DreamBreak is definitely a tough sell, but it’ll be worth it for people who fall into either of these categories. That’s especially true since there aren’t many games like this these days.
  3. Oct 16, 2017
    Games under a tenner can often be forgiven for being short when the story is top notch and the gameplay is innovative, but that’s not DreamBreak.
  4. Oct 16, 2017
    An adventure that will only appeal to people who really miss the old ways.
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  1. Feb 22, 2018
    DreamBreak is a strange but short tale of some dude in a cyberpunk Soviet Russia. At least, I think that's what it's about. There's noDreamBreak is a strange but short tale of some dude in a cyberpunk Soviet Russia. At least, I think that's what it's about. There's no coherent story at all, and none of the few characters have any personality. The gameplay itself isn't that great either. The puzzles are very straightforward and don't require that much critical thinking, and the action bits are just boring yet frustrating. With all that being said, though, I just can't bring myself to hate it. The game looks alright, and has an okay soundtrack. While it isn't a great game by any stretch, I feel like the devs could truly make something great if they were a bit more focused. Expand