Perception, by the Indie developer The Deep End Games puts you in the shoes of a blind protagonist. In the first person narrative, you portray a young blind girl who has extraordinarily developed senses and enormous amounts of wit and courage.
According to the Steam page of the game:
Perception is a first-person narrative horror adventure that tells the story of Cassie, a blind heroine who uses her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to unravel the mysteries of an abandoned estate that haunts her dreams.
After months of research, she discovers an abandoned mansion in Gloucester, MA. Once there, Cassie finds that Echo Bluff is worse than her nightmares. A ghastly Presence has tormented its inhabitants over generations, and it now hunts Cassie. She must solve the estate’s mysteries or become one of its victims.
– “See” using echolocation. Every sound creates a visual.
– Engage in a deadly game of hide and seek with relentless enemies, including The Presence.
– Trigger radical change at the Estate at Echo Bluff each time you solve its mysteries.
– Travel back through history to exorcise your own nightmares.
Perception was all set to be released on all platforms today, but it seems as if the PS4 and Xbox release date has been pushed further due to some difficulties.
Due to an unexpected administrative snafu re: ratings/territories, consoles delayed a week. Steam/GOG tomorrow! https://t.co/dgSC4GDoJM
— Perception/DeepEnd (@TheDeepEndGames) May 29, 2017
It’s evident that maybe some regional ratings have been messed up resulting in the delay.
However, PC gamers can get their hands on the horror survival on the Steam store right away!