Developed by ex-members of Irrational Games (BioShock) and Visceral Games (Dead Space), Perception puts you in the shoes of a blind woman haunted by nightmares set in a strange mansion. She finally discovers where the actual place really is and decides to investigate on our own. Soon, she realizes there are paranormal activities in the abandoned house, but it's too late to turn back. We have only been able to play the first chapter of the game so far, but it's quite an intriguing experience, though sadly not scary at all for now. That being said, the game's atmosphere is well done, and so is the voice acting, which makes us want to keep playing to uncover the truth behind the mysteries of the mansion, the story being inspired by real events adding to our curiosity. Not sure if that will be enough to make a decent game or a good one, but until we find out, take a look at the footage we recorded during the first chapter.
I didn't understand why he played so poorly either though. Subasic has been amazing the rest of the tourney. A big reason they won against Denmark and Russia (14 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: I agree. Penalty like that shouldn't happen in a WC final. Croatia's keeper was screened for almost all of those goals, aside from the deflection (14 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: oh god, that is amazing. the sounds and visuals are insane for a sim. (15 Hours ago)
@droezelke: For both them? Mbapp was 20 odd yards out. His positioning was shite. Should never have let that one past him. (15 Hours ago)
If FIFA didn't object so long to get a VAR, the concept could have been bug-fixed 10 years ago. (16 Hours ago)
@Tinks: The VAR is an exvellent tool, but the rules applied to the VAR are restricting them from intervening. Also, the hands-rule is so ill defined that it's completely open to interpretation. (16 Hours ago)
Then the shot came and as he tried to correct to the right, he was leaning on the wrong leg and went out of balance. (16 Hours ago)