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.
@SplitTongue: that sounds funny though, but alas people would get their panties in a twist over it. (24 minutes ago)
Not long ago, I've seen a funny fake movie poster of Martin Luther King being played by a white actor "for the sake of diversity". Can you imagine the backlash this would be getting? (37 minutes ago)
Personally I would've reserved the "V" to BF V(ietnam) (46 minutes ago)
Tbh I think the backlash is deserved. Fans asked for a ww2 setting, not an alternative past ww2 setting. If they wanted their designers to get creative they should've sticked to 2143 maybe ? (48 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: No, that is my whole point. If they put women and minorities in there, and that becomes a controversy (Remember Sarkeesian), than I will care. No reverse sexism and racism bs. All equal. (1 Hour ago)
Watched the Frags video again which shows it in slow motion and it does look nuts but kinda intrigues me tbh. (1 Hour ago)
I bet a lot of BF fans are creaming over the fortifications as if it's a new feature when in fact it was in BF:PR nearly 13 years ago lol! (1 Hour ago)