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Dreams creation 'Full English breakfast' will make you doubt your own eyes

(Image credit: John Beech / Sony Interactive Entertainment)

The latest creation out of Dreams Early Access is an uber-realistic model of the archetypal full English breakfast, expertly cooked - er, created - by a team of talented Dreams creators.

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When images of the culinary masterwork cropped up on Twitter (opens in new tab), my first thought was, what's so special about a plate of sausage, eggs, and beans? It seemed an aesthetically-pleasing breakfast, to be sure, but nothing out of the ordinary (surely not to my GamesRadar+ family in the UK). Then, I read the caption and realized I was looking at a stunningly-realistic creation by a Dreams Early Access player.

From the delicate air bubbles and specks of pepper in the sunny-side-up eggs to the blackened side of ham and saucy beans, 'Full English breakfast (opens in new tab)' by John Beech is as mouth-watering as it is fascinating to behold. Beech says the breakfast was made in collaboration with Snaggs (opens in new tab), Lucid Stew (opens in new tab), and DirtyHarolds (opens in new tab).

For the uninitiated, Dreams is a game in Early Access being developed by Media Molecule, who you might remember from Little Big Planet. As of now, it's a PS4 exclusive, but we learned (opens in new tab) late last year that the studio has early plans to publish Dreams creations on other platforms, possibly including PC and Mac. That means the game will likely remain a PlayStation exclusive, but the goal is to let creators publish, and monetize, their creations on other platforms.

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After scoring a degree in English from ASU, I worked as a copy editor while freelancing for places like SFX Magazine, Screen Rant, Game Revolution, and MMORPG on the side. Now, as GamesRadar's west coast Staff Writer, I'm responsible for managing the site's western regional executive branch, AKA my apartment, and writing about whatever horror game I'm too afraid to finish.