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Reaching for Petals: VR Edition

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Reaching for Petals is a poetic adventure about love, loss, and ambition in a desolated world full of mystery.

Throughout your journey, you'll revisit past memories. Each and every one of them tell a chapter of your life; slowly uncovering the meaning of your travels. In this purely story-driven experience, Reaching for Petals combines dynamic music, breathtaking visuals, and interactive choices to tell an engagingly beautiful story.Key Features:
  • Dynamic music seamlessly paint emotion throughout your entire journey.
  • Explore large, gorgeous, and semi-intractable environments created in Unreal Engine 4.
  • Philosophical narration and poetic writing deliver a powerful and engaging story.
VR Features:
  • Trackpad/Analog locomotion- comfortable speed and pacing reduces chance of motion sickness and highly improves immersion.
  • Can be played sitting or standing.
  • An immersive world that tells a heart-touching story; rebuilt and optimized for VR.
Blue Entropy Studios
Blue Entropy Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer.
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 or greater.
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better.
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. Best played with a gamepad controller.
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from French
I do not care about the technical ASPECT, this story makes me cry, it is an ORIGINAL game and very rich in emotion, this to bring back in me personal memories! BRAVO to the developer for the unfolding of history! I recommend playing with the XBOX controller
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free Here I would like To see Quality Control! In this Game, the Word "VR" has lost nothing. Absolutely poorly converted to VR. Terrible Controls, jerky Graphics, all blurry! My Curator page: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/30155555 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtSHRAY6vxE
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Microsoft from French
What should I say? Certainly the concept is nice. a quiet and peaceful forest walk in music and Zen voice, but then, it's really not very beautiful, the non-adjustable resolution is disgusting and pixelated to death.. It looks like the very beginnings of the very beginnings of VR. As there are only 2 possible choices of evaluation, I would say "recommended" but really in relation to the concept and price, but not to the réa.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Beautiful walking siveritor in unreal 4 engine. Unfortunately extreme jerking (gtx 1080) and a floor fix is urgently needed as you "hover" several meters above the floor. Otherwise very good, partly photorealistic textures. Good wim view and not blurry, as is often common with the unreal engine in vr. Hope for a patch that fixes the errors, then that's a very good title for little money.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Those who like "Dear Esther" also like this short, emotional Story. In some Cases, the Textures are totally fuzzy and washed or charged for too long. For me, too, it's Partly hard to (1080s GTX). And there is no Option menu in VR, where you could have displayed Subtitles or adjusted the Graphic, for example. And there are some very nice "WOW" moments in VR where you just wish: "More, more, MORE!!!"-but then the Game is over again. I had it through in 83 Minutes.
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Microsoft from Spain
First of all you must understand that this is not a game, is an interactive story, if what you're looking for is something to spend hours and hours with replayability value is not for you. That Said, I have never enjoyed so much with a virtual reality experience. I love the mountain, small veraneaba in it and for work and motives of life many years ago that I could not return, this story has made me revive all the feelings of when I was a child. Beautiful graphics and a very careful environment, a story at first a little soft but with an unexpected end have gotten that from my idea of trying it 5 minutes has gone to have to go through it from beginning to end and possibly do it more than once. Totally recommended, the virtual reality was created for this.
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