Vader Immortal Episode 1 Download:
The story has Vader scooping up your generic smuggler stand-in character and sassy droid sidekick (voiced by Maya Rudolph) as part of a quest he began in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith; he needs someone of your Force-sensitive bloodline (“Surprise!” said no one) to seek out a cliche magical artifact from Mustafar’s distant past. I wouldn’t call it especially interesting thus far, since the stylized cinematic that tells the mystical tale of the artifact’s origin and your family ties to it feels like it could’ve come from any fantasy tale with no Star Wars association, but it takes us where we need to go. Gal Gun Returns
Once you’re inside Vader’s castle. it thus far doesn’t feel terribly distinctive next to your typical Imperial fortress, but the good part of that is that it’s certainly nice to be immersed in so many familiar Star Wars sights and sounds. The Oculus Quest’s limitations are hard to miss in places, though, and I couldn’t help but stare at some incredibly low-polygon TIE Bombers in the hangar bay when I first arrived. The lightsaber battles feel amazing at first. You watch your droid opponent telegraph its swing and deflect, which gives you some rewarding haptic vibration feedback from the controllers and a responsive animation from the enemy’s locked blade, and then strike back when their guard is down. Sadly they don’t slice apart like a Fruit Ninja melon on the first touch. But everything at least sounds spectacular and it’s fast enough to be a light challenge.
- OS: WINDOWS 10 64 Bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 980
- Storage: 10+ GB available space