Playism released the first screenshots of the upcoming reimagining of Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- coming to PC on February 23.
The screenshots show the first images of various environments and situations that players will have to explore through the dream-like adventure game. Additionally, it’s promoted that, like the original, this reimagining has been created using RPG Maker tools. However, Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- is not a remake of the original game released in 2004. Instead, it is a complete reimagining of the original release with influences from recent indie juggernauts to create an experience that is totally unique.
The team at Playism and Active Gaming Media have partnered with Yume Nikki publisher Kadokawa Games and original creator Kikiyama to bring this project to life for a new generation of gamers. Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- will also feature new creatures that have laid dormant in Kikiyama’s mind for 16 years.
DualShockers has covered Yumi Nikki in a previous feature detailing some of the best Japanese indie games that you’ve never played. Our staff gives an in-depth explanation of Yumi Nikki’s development and why it is praised by those who have played it.
You can check out the new screenshots of the game below: