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>> No.6023297 [View]
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Probably that Yume Kojo (event and namesake of Yume Kojo: Doki Doki Panic) intently and officially translates to Dream Machine (and thus Dream Machine: Doki Doki Panic), using the purest definition of "machine", ie, "something used to create". This is why there is a device in the game called in katakana and officially internationally, the "Dream Machine." Pic very related.

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File: 1.50 MB, 1920x1200, Fuji TV Dream Machine - Doki Doki Panic.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>5993914
Actually little known fact about that game: Yume Kojo is properly translated as "Dream Machine" ("machine" as in the sense of "a channel for creation") not "Dream Factory", as official media had always translated it at the time (pic related) and as the titular device in the game is named. That means the officially translated title would be "Dream Machine: Doki Doki Panic" (as it has always been referred to as "Doki Doki Panic in official English sources such as Nintendo Power).



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