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A fan of The Last of Us TV series bent an amazing tribute to episode 2 in Dreams. The Last of Us has been changed into a TV series on HBO with a very positive greeting from fans and critics alike. The series itself is at present nearing its 10th anniversary, and fans are getting spoiled with both a new TV series and the imminent The Last of Us multiplayer game.

Advanced by Media Molecule and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, Dreams allows players to generate and play user-generated content and builds on the game creation system first traveled in the LittleBigPlanet series. Dreams also include several games developed by Media Molecule the issue that was built using the same tools gamers have admittance to.

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One imaginative artist from Media Molecule decided to create a PlayStation crossover by designing a tribute to HBO’s The Last of Us TV series privileged Dreams. The artist, Martin Nebelong, shared a time-lapse video on Twitter describing the 2-hour process to create the virtual fan art. The 90-second video is very inspiring and displays the possibilities available to players who can make use of the expansion tools in Dreams.

The post has established a few thousand likes and many replies from users who were simply astounded by the skills of the artist. One user commented that the sculpture is so amazing that it looks like it would have taken months as contrasting to hours.

Nebelong replied to the comment and admired Dreams for being very streamlined once players are familiar with the software and supplementary a short clip showing the progress of the art at the 1-hour and 30-minute mark. One user repeated the tweet and stated that they had not tried to create anything in a game-making claim outside of RPG maker, but they are currently copying Dreams to see what can be done.

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