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Lightblade VR

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Lightblade VR is a virtual reality training simulation for self-illumintated plasma blades. This is a childhood dream come true! Get trained by your personal robot and deflect all incoming laser beams!

Top features:
• Fight with one or two blades
• Master four different training modes and extra challenges
• Unlock five blade colors
• Unlock four hilt variations
• Stunning 3D visuals
• Immersive fighting sounds
• Beautiful minimalistic user interface
• The latest series of training robot
• Fight another blade master in the Desert Temple mission

This is a fan-made game without any in-app purchases or advertising.

Lightblade VR is not affiliated with, authorized or endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with, Hasbro, Inc., Lucasfilm Ltd., The Walt Disney Company, Disney Enterprises, Inc., or any of their affiliates.
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Andreas Hager Gaming
Andreas Hager Gaming
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590, AMD FX 8350 or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Lightblade VR reviews and comments

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Funny For starters, but very quickly becomes very monotonous. Just cross the Swords in front of you and always Hold direction robot, then not a single laser shot hits you. Even dodging is super simple. And the lightsaber sounds aren't original either. Unfortunately, his Money is not worth it.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Unfortunately, the game has a flaw that you have to (bin oculus user) to play away from the sensors, which affects the tracking. In addition, the menu is very bad to use and the game loses variety very quickly. As "Free to play" ok, but for the Money not. I will make sure that I get the Refund.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
My first Game what I gave back. Even for 3.99 I can't recommend the Game. Take the Lightsabers, keep them in a V shape and stop, after 3 Minutes you have the Game through. The Game itself includes 4 Missions: Let 3x Laser Beam bounce with Sword and a Mission in which you have to physically dodge the Laser. In Summary a nice "this is VR" game but also not, you can possibly look at for a Euro, it is no Longer worth it. (For Comparison, even a Mission of "The Lab" what's free offers more Connective and replayable than the one here)
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Any Resemblance to a well-known sci-fi brand, slaughtered from Disney to Excess, is of course pure Coincidence in this Mini-game! But frankly, this is exactly the Approach we've always wanted to see. Not this terrible Cinematic Game that Lucasarts once committed. Just like that, it must feel a Lightsaber-oh sorry Plasma value To guide. Unfortunately, it remains the case that you are fired upon by a Drone that flies completely around you in a second Level and you can also completely destroy it. So The Gaming Experience is unfortunately quite limited. Unfortunately, the Developer (one Person) will not add any more Content. But it's just a really good Feeling to swirl around one or two Plasma Blades. That's how a Star Wars Game would have to be.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
So for the Price of only 3.99 Euros absolutely recommended, it is not a complete Game, more of a Demo, but which is very intense and Fun. If you want to feel like Luke Skywalker, you should definitely access here, but please don't expect too much, there are a few Things to Play Free Spins, such as different Lightsaber colors and Handles, plus among Extras a small Bonus scene, at the End of Which one Proper Lightsaber Duel is waiting. A little entertaining Pastime of perhaps short Sessions a 15 Minutes. Played with active SteamVR beta and the Rift CV1, everything works perfectly, possibly holding the Lightsabers could tolerate a small Adjustment to the Touch Controllers, the Posture does not feel 100% correct yet. Update: With the last Patch, holding the Lightsabers has now been better adapted to the Touch Controllers. May the force be with you.
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