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Prevent The Fall

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Prevent the Fall is an action oriented computer role playing game which can be played with or without virtual reality headsets. Experience the game in either single player or in multiplayer co-op online or via LAN.

Advance through twenty character levels, as you explore semi-procedurally generated dungeons, earn Steam Achievements, and acquire a slew of items in this RPG experience. Co-op sessions can be mixed and matched with both VR and non-VR players adventuring together. The game can be controlled with mouse and keyboard, gamepad, or motion controllers (Vive or Touch). Both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets are supported.

Dungeons are semi-procedurally generated for maximum performance. Utilizing randomly selected layouts players will be able to generate simple quests which will have them seeking to explore, slay, or collect items in dungeons featuring generated NPCs, loot, and traps. Players are able to increase or decrease the difficulty of these quests, and dungeon encounters will spawn an increased number of monsters based on the number of players in co-op sessions.

System requirements for PC

  • OS: 64-Bit OS Required, Windows 7 SP1, 8, 10
  • Processor: Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 730 or AMD Radeon R7 240 or better
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • OS: 64-Bit OS Required, Windows 7 SP1, 8, 10
  • Processor: Quad Core Processor - Intel i5 or AMD Ryzen r5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Optional Steam VR Compatible or Oculus Headset
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Product received for free Early Access Review I got it for free to try. Have now looked for almost 15 Minutes and, I think, I have already seen everything. The Game is really in Early Access Phase. You first go through a Tutorial, which takes about 3 Minutes. There it is then also determined whether you play with Controllers, or with Mouse and Keyboard, here I recommend the Mouse. Because the Controller control is spongy, very inaccurate and very jerky, which I'm actually not used to from any Games. After the Tutorial you are in a Tavern (A Box, a Room, bit of Decoration and a Host-nothing more). The only Interaction is the Host And the Box where you can store Things. You can't walk around here and explore the World, you're just in the Tavern, where a nice Text indicates that you should appeal to the Host for more Adventures. So you address the Host And ask for a fine Adventure. The Host replies, of course, that there are Problems here and THERE and SCHWUPP has already been teleported Into a Dungeon and kills monsters. The Monsters are not heavy, not even the Bosses. You just click all the Time, and if you have little Life then you just stop for a few Seconds and Life is full again. After the Adventure you are teleported back to the Tavern and there you can expect the next Adventure from the Host Again. The Game is still at a very early Stage. The Textures are Funny. The Combat System too inaccurate and too simple. No World to explore. Different Dungeons, but they do not inspire exploration. No Setting Of the Host:D No Story ... Unfortunately, it Can't recommend it.
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Product received for free Early Access Review Pro's + much loot in different Forms (Collective Fever of all Diablo) + Graphics is quite ok. + Many different Weapons + Currency (Gold) + All Kinds of Movement present (Beware of Teleport I fell through the Ground!) Con's-You can swing your Weapons like a Dust Frond-User Interface very small and confusing-options can be adjusted flexibly, but buggs here and there at the Controllers-relatively many Buggs conclusion: If you like Early Access titles and can live with Bugs, Then I would recommend it. But the Game is still in a very early State! Please consider when Buying! Now also with Video: Episode 1 (Extremely many Bugs): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_-JvhD9bAs episode 2 (Talk better): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLnHTWhSAX4&t=156s more Detail down here: With this Game you buy a dungeon crawler in the Style of Diablo 1. You start your Mission in a Tavern (to which you return after each Dungeon) and have a Host Behind the counter. With him you have the Choice to adjust your Options for the Game, to buy Equipment (at Least step by step, you only ever get one Item to choose from until he has a new one on offer), to train (has not worked for me yet) or an Adventure too Experience. The Adventures are the Core of the Game, you are teleported into a Dungeon with a special Task. (Kill a special "Boss" or explore the Dungeon in detail). That's it right now. Actually Fun, but I've fallen through the World a few Times, or had a few other Bugs. Is an Early Access title with heights and depths!
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