PS4’s Dreams Brings Realism To Another Level With Realistic Food

There’s always the running joke on the Food Network channel or any cooking show about smell-o-vision and it’s about to claim another medium with video games. The incredibly realistic food in Final Fantasy XV already had fans drooling to get a taste of those digital concoctions, but PlayStation Dream takes it to another level. Check out John Beech’s full breakfast:

The video above is a hyper-realistic take on a full English breakfast complete with beans, black pudding, eggs, and more. Heading to PlayStation 4 on February 14th, Dreams is a game that allows folks to create anything their imagination can think up. Whether you’re fantasizing of the next big meal or an imaginative world set in the sky, the upcoming PS4 game can make any of those dreams come true.

“Explore and play in an ever-expanding Dreamiverse bursting with games, music, art and everything in-between and beyond,” reads the official description. “Discover amazing creations from players around the world and experience the awe-inspiring story campaign, Art’s Dream. Learn how to design your own games, animate, make music and more with easy-to-follow tutorial videos – and then share your ideas in an online social network of creativity. The only limit is your imagination.”

Dreams is available for pre-order at $39.99 (USD). In the meantime, folks can check out a few screenshots here. What do you think of Beech’s creation in Dreams? Is this something you’d love to try your hand at? Would you like to see culinary feats like that in video games? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming and entertainment news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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