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The Talos Principle VR

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The Talos Principle VR is a virtual reality version of Croteam's critically acclaimed first-person puzzle game in the tradition of philosophical science fiction. As if awakening from a deep sleep, you find yourself in a strange, contradictory world of ancient ruins and advanced technology. Tasked by your creator with solving a series of increasingly complex puzzles, you must decide whether to have faith, or to ask the difficult questions: Who are you? What is your purpose And what are you going to do about it?Features: Road to Gehenna included - explore a brand new narrative through four episodes that will challenge you with some of the most advanced puzzles in The Talos Principle. True locomotion support - teleport, instant teleport, blink teleport, classic full locomotion (with or without comfort mode). Explore the game's non-linear world, solving puzzles your way. Go with the safe built-in teleportation system or tweak and adjust the way you jump through the VR space to best suit your playing style. Use your hands to divert drones, manipulate laser beams and even replicate time to prove your worth - or to find a way out. Roomscale support - Explore the game world as if you were actually there! (But mind your real furniture) Overcome numerous puzzles in an immersive and stunning VR world. Explore a story about humanity, technology and civilization. Uncover clues, devise theories, and make up your own mind. Choose your own path through the game's non-linear world, solving puzzles your way.
Release date
Oct 17, 2017
Devolver Digital, Croteam Publishing
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 - 4590 equivalent
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD R9 290 or NVIDIA GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: HTC Vive or Oculus Rift VR headset plus hand controllers. Internet connection required for product activation for the first time. After that, a persistent connection is not required to play the game.
  • OS: Windows 10 64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-6800 equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Fury or NVIDIA GTX 1070
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: HTC Vive or Oculus Rift VR headset plus hand controllers. Internet connection required for product activation for the first time. After that, a persistent connection is not required to play the game.
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The Talos Principle VR reviews and comments

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I was very pleased when I saw that The Talos Principle Is now available as a VR and basically didn't even think about it and just bought it. The Talos Principle Has already baffled me as a Non-VR. Although the Croteam is actually more responsible for Ballering Away evil Aliens in all Serious Sam titles, which I also really liked to play, The Talos Principle shows a surprising Depth. Amazingly, this is not about the actual Game, which is inspired by its quite demanding Knob tasks to blow up the Ears of high-pitched nights without Sleep, but about the philosophically inspired background story, which is reflected in many Puzzle pieces slowly evolved into a complete Image. And similar to Serious Sam, the VR variant is very convincing. I can't say exactly why, but if you want to look into the Game only once and then realize shortly afterwards that there is already more than an Hour around then I Think this is a Sign that the Developers have done something right. Obviously, the Croteam has a good Knack for Implementing on VR. I'm definitely looking forward to trying some Things in The Talos Principle VR In the near future that I haven't done in the Non-VR variant so far.
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Gorgeous and philosophical, this is Talos Principle. I don't write anything about the Story itself, is already explained in detail in the Game Description. First of all, the beautiful Graphic catches the eye. Despite GTX 970, the Game runs smoothly and flawlessly. And looks really good. The Control Options are also well thought out, both Teleportation and "normal" running (with Cruise Control) are possible. However, you run very fast when Setting Your Standards, which can trigger Light motion Sickness. Another big Plus is that the Game is completely in German (Text and Setting, and that is well implemented). With the many English-language Titles sometimes a nice Change. The Puzzles rise constantly in Difficulty and are varied. Anyone who has already played the Game on the Monitor already already knows everything, because it is only a New Edition. Nevertheless, it is worth a Look because it is simply a different Feeling of playing To solve Puzzles in the middle of this beautiful World. With a Playing Time of around 15-20 Hours, Talos is one of the longer VR titles, which also justifies the slightly higher Price. For someone who hasn't played on the Monitor, a clear Buy recommendation. Anyone who already knows it knows what they are getting into and will probably buy it (25% Discount for Previous Owners) I will definitely follow the divine Voice and spend a few more Hours in the World of Talos Principle. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi as Curator: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/small Addendum: At present, the "free" Movement has not yet been ideally resolved. I initially thought it was up to my Controller, but there seems to be a general Problem, but that is to be improved in the near future. Is not a Bug, just not well implemented.
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