" I've been watching a lot of Batman TAS this week (one of the greatest shows in my opinion) and I just finished watching the episode Perchance to Dream. So long story short Bruce is living in his fantasy world, his parents aren't dead etc, but he can't read. It's revealed at the end of the episode that he knew he was dreaming because reading is a function of the right side of the brain and dreaming is a function of the left, therefore he was dreaming the whole time. Is this true in real life? I've tried looking it up on several websites but their are many conflicting answers with people saying they have read in their dreams. "
Man when I saw this topic, this episode came to my mind instantly... And I saw it about 12 years ago but I never forgot it because once in a while I ask myself the same thing.
Mafia II - Loved the first one but this was a huge letdown Alpha Protocol - Didn't played much of it but what I played was enough to dissapoint me. Mass Effect 2 (kinda) - Wish it had more rpg elements, which is the very reason why I'm so afraid of what they are doing to Dragon Age 2.