1 pointI know I am super slow at replying to this, but awesome to hear that your little girl was well taken care of and doing well. The birth of both my sons was scary as hell. Audin - My wife had pre eclampsia and it just wasn't a good thing. Though Audin came into the world SCREAMING and grumpy. He didn't want to be out. Almost 3 years later I still think he doesn't want to be out. Ronan - Similar story to yours with your daughter. The cord was wrapped twice around his neck. He came out breathing, as Naomi caught it early by saying during labor something was wrong. He wasn't breathing at the right speed. He was on the CPAP for hours, and I was a wreck! I still am with him about. I am happy everything worked out. Just wait until they hit 2, and then three.... I hear 4 is rough as well.
1 pointElijah Wood's company SpectreVision reminded everyone at E3 that their strange VR project Transference still exists and will be releasing later this year. While we didn't know much about it when it debuted in 2017, this year's showing revealed quite a bit about the game Wood described as a darkly twisted psychological thriller. Transference will tell the story of the unfortunate Hayes family whose minds have been linked by an experiment conducted by the father, Raymond Hayes. Players will flit between the three consciousnesses to see the perspective of each family member, but it rapidly becomes apparent that the data, their memories, are corrupted - and there's something else stalking through their minds. The darkly unsettling narrative hopes to achieve a disturbing atmosphere at least in part with its blended use of live-action and digital scenes. That's still not a ton of information to go on, but we will certainly learn more when Transference launches this fall for VR devices (PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive) and the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sans VR.