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Asgard’s Wrath Free Download When I purchased my Oculus Rift over two years ago, my first great adventures in the headset consisted mainly of instant classics like Superhot VR, Robo Recall, and Lone Echo. Immediately, I saw the potential in experiencing games from true first-person perspective rather than just controlling your character remotely. But I wanted more. Even as I longed for opportunities to go on adventures in virtual reality, I also equally longed for the depth and production value that I’d grown accustomed to throughout my lifetime of playing traditional games on PC and consoles. Having now spent 25 hours in Asgard’s Wrath from the beginning to the rolling of the credits, I’ve finally gotten the grand-scale VR adventure I waited so long for – and it’s been worth it. Repacklab.com sexy games

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From the opening sequence of this Norse mythology-themed action-RPG, I knew that I was in for a treat. Everything about Asgard’s Wrath drips with personality, courtesy of some of the most detailed and diverse graphics and art direction I’ve ever seen in a made-for-VR game. Each zone is made up of several major landmark locations, and every one of them has clearly been created with an extreme attention to detail. Whether you’re battling the kraken in the Sea of Serpents, having a drink with Loki at the Aegir’s Hall tavern, or standing before the great world tree Yggdrasil, there’s always something eye-catching and impressive going on. On that note, the soundtrack by Rob Westwood is beautiful and often mesmerizing, fitting cleanly into each major location like a block in one of many intricate puzzles.

It is the first game of its kind in the way it exemplifies VR storytelling.

I’m delighted that Asgard’s Wrath keeps its larger story simple. You enter the world as the fledgling God of Animals, Loki takes you under his wing, and the rest is history. The gods are busy with god conceits, they have their dramas and political snafus, and you’re just there for the ride. But that doesn’t mean that there’s no grand exposition. Quite the opposite. While your character is vaguely defined (allowing you to inhabit them and make them your own) the void of a backstory is effectively filled in by possessing – and literally stepping into the shoes. Turmoil 

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A series of mortals embarking on their own personal quests, and Asgard’s Wrath competently fills the emotional void that other games would try to fill with one big dramatic arc by positioning itself as a platform for many possible stories. Asgard’s Wrath is the first game of its kind in the way it exemplifies VR storytelling; it’s a mythological pantheon, fully animated and placed within reach, and often gently nodding you towards its myriad secrets. Just as VR is a relatively new medium that invites developers to find new perspectives on how stories are told, Asgard’s Wrath knows that it, too, needs to be adventurous. And, despite spending an unprecedented 25 hours hopelessly embedded in its critical path, I never once felt that it overstayed its welcome.

It’s littered with dungeons, labyrinths, and side quests, each of which offers equal parts challenge and reward.

Back to possessing mortals, though. I found that almost every side quest or hidden trophy had some personal relevance to whoever I was playing as, just as long as I was exploring in the same region that corresponded with their critical path. I did notice that there were certain places where the voice acting came across as cheesy and overdone. For example, mortal characters tend to vocally recite their hatred of the gods at awkward and random points even after you’ve completed their critical path, and even when you’re doing something as simple as clearing a path through a dungeon or smashing open a barrel. But I was willing to put up with that because their narration of their experiences made each mortal hero feel more lively. STAR WARS The Force Unleashed

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Something that native VR games often lack in comparison to their traditional counterparts is a sense of progression (in part because they tend to be so short) but this is an area where Asgard’s Wrath shines. It’s littered with dungeons, labyrinths, and side quests, each of which offers equal parts challenge and reward – often generously doling out currency, rare crafting items, and other loot. But what I’m most impressed by is how subtle they are. For example, the only way to unlock each of Yggdrasil’s Blessings, which are permanent buffs, is to avenge the deaths of other fallen players in exchange for seeds, similar to how you can avenge your friends in Middle-earth: Shadow of War. That’s a cool optional feature, but something which can be ignored or overlooked entirely if you so choose.

The game also gives you a whopping 10 different animal companions to unlock and party up with.

Ranged combat also has its own ebb and flow, and I felt it necessary to master both ranged and melee tactics to take down some of the bigger enemies, like the ominous Draugar Queen. I was surprised by just how many ranged options I had: explosives, bows, crossbows, and throwing weapons all made the cut. Likewise, each of the unique Hero weapons have a personality that make them delightful to play and develop fighting styles with. It’s nifty that Ingrid’s throwing axe, for example, spins right back to you when you hold your hand out and squeeze the grip button (yes, just like Kratos’ Leviathan Axe). It’s equally ingenious that Stikkan’s spears detach and turn into dual throwing blades connected with a magical laser wire. And oh boy, did I cut up my fair share of baddies with that laser wire. STAR WARS The Force Unleashed II

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Asgard’s Wrath also gives you a whopping 10 different animal companions to unlock and party up with, each of which is upgradeable and conveniently swappable on the fly. I was surprised by how varied each one was, offering a different approach to combat and a unique ability to clear a different type of obstacle. For example, throughout much of the game, you run across red brambles covering entrances to doorways and treasure chests that can only be cleared by Fafnir, the 10th and final companion. Meanwhile, the frog companion Siggi can pull items – such as valuable keys and levers – from behind locked enclosures with his long tongue. Even the way that you get to interact with your animal companions feels fluid and satisfying: when you give them a thumbs-up, they gesture right back at you.  CODE VEIN

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Win 10 64
Processor: Intel Core i5-4690 3.5GHz / AMD Ryzen R3 1300X
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
System Memory: 8 GB RAM
Storage: 130 GB Hard drive space
DirectX 12 Compatible Graphics Card

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Win 10 64
Processor: Intel Core i7-7700 4-Core 3.6GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 2500X 4-Core 3.6GHz
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Air 8GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
System Memory: 16 GB RAM
Storage: 130 GB Hard drive space