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Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR

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After an all-out war that took almost 2 millennia and claimed many lives of the Zen - Racket Fury Tournament emerged as the remedy to maintain peace in the Crown Galaxy. A fast-paced, strategic game that became an interplanetary phenomenon, bringing all the Zen together. As an aspiring Zen, you are challenged to join the most prestigious team that dominated the entire competition - the Division of Steel. Are you up for the challenge?

  • SINGLEPLAYER EXPERIENCE: You’re about to face 4 members of the infamous Division of Steel per Cup. Beware! The higher the Cup, the more demanding and troublesome it gets!

  • CHALLENGING AI: Thanks to a particularly advanced Artificial Intelligence in singleplayer, every opponent you’re going to play against will have their own temper and an utterly unique style of play.

  • EVER-GROWING CHARACTER: Enhance your skills and become stronger with every match to be able to challenge the most renowned and agile representatives of the Division of Steel.

  • MOCAP ANIMATIONS: To deliver the most realistic characters’ movements, we relied upon motion capture data for our animations. The actors participating in the recording were in fact professional table tennis players, which translates each player’s swing into one, fluid motion and makes the rivalry as realistic as possible.

  • ADVANCED PHYSICS: As expected in VR, our aim was to address the simulation aspect of the game to provide the real table tennis experience. We spent countless hours on developing our own physics from scratch. Based on scientific research, it’s extremely realistic and translates your moves in the most accurate manner.

  • MULTIPLAYER: Racket Fury offers up not only singleplayer campaigns but also multiplayer mode that allows you to challenge the players from every corner of the world and defeat them with your smart strategy and unbeatable technique.

  • WORKSHOP: Each victory provides you with valuable assets that allow you to develop your unique character. The more skillful you become, the more admirable in your rivals’ eyes you become.
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10Ants Hill
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10Ants Hill
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Website
http://10antshill.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590, AMD FX 8350 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Video Output: HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 or newer; USB Port: 1x USB 2.0 or better port
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-3770 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980 equivalent or greater
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Video Output: HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 or newer; USB Port: 1x USB 2.0 or better port
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Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR reviews and comments

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Racket Fury Challenges one right, with ever-improving Opponents. And you can feel very well here how to get better and better. You can also get 1-3 Stars per opponent, depending on how well you "finished" it. After prolonged Play against a stronger Opponent, one Level higher ... I grew through him in my Game as well ..., it was ultimately possible for me to defeat the previous Opponents all with 3 Stars. You can really feel how to get better! For Comparison, I would like to perform ELEVEN: Table Tennis. DENN BEIDE HAVE YOUR DASEINSECHIGHT!! :) Racket Fury is the Single Player of both (Multi .. Comes vllt. Still, but you just get connected to anyone). ELEVEN ... You go in, a Look into the Lobby, you see how many are on, what Rank they have, and what ELO Score. (Is thought so you know how good they are) Then you'll see the Latency of Whether there's a good Connection, for a flawless Game. Is everything in one Line. Aha... The and the suit me-just click right in this Line, Request out ... zag, you play against each other. This is totally easy! Go into the Game and 1-2 Minutes later you are already playing against someone from distant Lands. (I had Matches against a Woman from South Africa, against a Man from Korea, but Latency was not so good, against People from Hungary, Croatia, Holland and and ...) Top Players who got me done a few lighter ones-and especially plenty of skimpy and exciting Games. Now the Update has also come that all Platforms are playing against each other, and the Number of Players has continued to rise. Consoleros, Steam-players, Oculus players ... All Glasses represented ... WMR is also supposed to leave, according to community. But For Multiplayer there is also Single Player (in Single Player Racket Fury is definitely in front) and there Are Ballthrowing Machines and practice Facilities, Targethitting And stuff like that. I AM LETZTENDLICH FROH, DASS I BEIDE GEKAUFT HABE. BEIDES TISCHTENNIS, BUT DOCH SO UNTERSCHIEDLICH! :-) (There is also a complete Server on the'm Discord, especially for ELEVEN: TT. There you get a lot of Tips, to Get better, etc. Destined also For Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR)
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Product received for free Racket Fury Table Tennis is a table tennis simulation (tested with the HTC Vive) First, we should set whether we are right or Left-handed, which "Grip" we prefer and how the Table is best positioned for us. We can also discontinue ball physics, we like it realistic or we prefer to play in arcade style. It seems a little easier for me in the Arcade, especially with quick Ball changes, but otherwise, in my Opinion, the Difference was not so significant. By holding the Grip button appears an extra Menu on the Touchpad to rotate the Table, adjust at altitude etc ... After that, it can start. In the Single player, we can contest a Practice Match against the AI or go straight into the Campaign. There, 16 Opponents with increasing Difficulty await us in The form of robots. Our Own Avatar is also a Tin head that we can change with money in Appearance. In addition to the Campaign, we can of course take a Round online against Friends or even Strangers. Unfortunately, Matchmaking doesn't always work impeccably, but a Reboot usually fixes the Problem. Besides, there was my Opponent despite strong PC Framedrops and it was jerking, again a Reboot of the Game helped. However, I myself did not have such Problems. The Graphics make a good Impression and, at least with me, ran smoothly throughout. After a short Accuding, Playing works very well and you get a good Feeling for the Ball. In addition, there is easy Feedback when we meet (adjustable), which lifts the Immersion. The Menu guide is not always Ideal, it happens that the Menu overly is overly, here, too, a Reboot of the Game is necessary. Even the Matchmaking with Friends required a Reboot (quite a lot of Starts for a bit of Table tennis) Overall but the game is definitely Fun, the AI opponents are appropriate and the Level of difficulty from simple to demanding. The Game against human Players is also well implemented, only the Matchmaking should be revised again. Since there are still a few minor Problems at the Moment, I sometimes make a limited purchase Recommendation. I myself may have Enjoyed it, but the occasional Reboots unfortunately cloud the Overall Impression. So maybe wait for a Sale or wait for a Patch. The Developers are still active, which you have already experienced differently in the VR sector ... Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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