D R E A M is the name of a Creepypasta based on the popular PS3 game Little Big Planet 2. It is popular on forums such as LittleBigPlanetCentral ( LBPC ) and GameSpot, but is unlikely to have reached 4chan. It borrows elements from Suicidemouse.avi and Squidward's Suicide.
Hello. I have to admit that I am a fan of LBP2. Which, at the time of writing, has only recently been released. Having only had the game for the first 6 days of release, you would expect the servers would be flooded with buzz from new users. But, surprisingly, apart from the well-respected authors of the site and some horrible generic levels I probably have played before in another guise, traffic was slow. On 2 March 2011, I decided that I may as well route for anything which may just interest me. After scrolling to the bottom of the "Cool wall" for nearly 2 minutes, I come to the very end. There was something which caught my eye. It was a level, and I was immediately interested. It was a level called "D R E A M", the username who posted under it was clearly Japanese as it was entirely consist of Japanese symbols I could not re-produce. It's description was entirely in Japanese, and seemingly took up all the available space in the description. But what was odd was that, if it was a true Japanese origin level, it would come produced automatically as "[JPN]" for English readers. Ignoring this odd un-inclusion, I noticed it had exactly 138 plays, 43 comments and 5 hearts, which for some reason stayed with me. I noticed it was one of those new "Movie levels", so I wasn't expecting much use of the controller. But what I saw next really chilled me. The image for the level showed a sackboy screaming, but it had no eyes. This just didn't look right to me, so I decided to head over to the comments section. Nearly all of them where in Japanese, except for one, which simply said "Lol JK .... yoU decided to include the kill in the and kill the ONe." . This freaked me out somewhat, so I decided to just load up the level and play it, out of curiosity. Big mistake.
It took nearly 4 minutes to load, and by the time it was finished I thought my PS3 had crashed due to the probable complexity of the level. The level then started abruptly, and I jumped backwards and almost screamed, probably because I wasn't expecting it. It first displayed a still, IRL image of a dog, possibly a terrier, looking at the camera. This lasted for nearly 5 seconds, and then it suddenly cut to the inside of a dark room, where a women ( her face is not revealed ), is trying desperately to stand up, but something hidden in the darkness is oppressing her. I was disturbed at this, as she made increasingly loud grunting noises, and then followed with a shriek. 32 seconds in, a man starts shouting random profanity, and then screamed something weird in Japanese. Even though I know little Japanese and am hoping to learn it some time soon, I knew from the sound of his tone of voice that it was something freaky, that I would rather not hear. It then, very slowly, shows a reddish figure rise up from the darkness, presumably the man. The video starts looks amateurish, and to the point where you can't even see his basic visual features, which really disturbed me. After roughly 56 seconds, he is fully standing up, looking roughly like some sort of weird blob, and then seemingly runs towards the woman who was screaming. Or maybe it was the opposite. Its hard to tell. But now, the visuals look corrupted, and then displays one of the most horrifying images I have ever seen.
It looks like a dog, with its skin turned inside out. It has a noose over its neck. It has no eyeballs in its sockets, and covered in black hair from top to bottom. The camera then pans out.... closer to the dog. Until it eventually gets to the point where the dog's anus is clearly visible. It then attempts to go into the dog's innards, almost as if the man was trying to fist the dog with the camera. It was almost humorous, if it wasn't for the disturbing situation it was placed in. It then goes to a shutter screen, as if it went so far in, it's camera lens got caught in the dog's large intestine and the person had to manually remove the physical damage caused by this. The video is now 1 minutes 38 seconds into the video, with just over 30 seconds left in the video. But what happens next is horrible. It was hard to describe what it was, but it was like a constantly distorted image of the video repeated in reverse, and sped up X2. The motion, and the images made me literally vomit onto the floor. I had never in my life ever been subjected to such disgusting horrible images.
After 2 minutes 68 seconds, the level ends briefly. I decide to choose the "exit" option as fast as I could. Now I was just back in my pod, happy as usual, and now traffic was booming. Hundreds of levels where being published every minute in the short time I had been playing the level. But afterwards, I couldn't sleep for 5 days. Luckily I've recovered from this near-traumatic experience, and have decided to upload a level on it, which roughly has about 5000 plays now and 300 hearts. Although recently, I decided to try and track the level down as hard proof of it, but when I typed it in to the search engine, nothing came up. when I tried this several times, I just assumed it had been deleted. I have been trying for nearly 3 months now to find the 5 people who have hearted the level, but to no avail. If you find anything about a level called "D R E A M", message me as soon as possible.
In fact, my information level I posted became popular enough, that some malicious bloke recently posted a level called "D R E A M [Unseen REAL level]". However, the level, which was 6 minutes and 30 seconds long, looked and felt more like a cadbury's dairy milk advert than the level I know so vividly. But one more thing, is that if this was recorded, instead of made, we could be on to something BIG.