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Red Matter 2 Free Download Unfitgirl We’ve seen countless Cold War-inspired games but Red Matter 2 just might be my most memorable. Sure, there’s no Tim Curry with his barely restrained laughter at cheesy dialogue (a la Command & Conquer: Red Alert) and I’ll give you no awards for guessing who the fictional nations of Volgravia and the Atlantic Union are based on, yet Vertical Robot’s sequel to its 2018 VR puzzle adventure game offers something special. Red Matter 2’s thrilling interplanetary exploration hides an intriguing story that questions how far one nation would go for victory, and combines it with an emphasis on puzzle solving, object interaction, and environmental storytelling that could only work in VR. Like most sequels to story-driven games, I’d recommend playing the original Red Matter before starting this one, but that isn’t essential – all of the required knowledge is explained in the introduction, which welcomes newcomers gracefully. Playing as Volgravian agent Sasha Riss once more, our journey begins straight after the last one ended, with an escape from an Atlantic Union prison base. The only other major character is a fellow Volgravian agent, Beta, who mostly provides exposition over voice comms. Individually, these two aren’t that memorable beyond some minor character development; it’s what the pair uncover that developers into an enjoyable mystery. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES

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Discovering a distress signal from a friend previously presumed dead, Sasha’s investigation becomes intertwined with Volgravia’s research into red matter, a mysterious substance with destructive potential. It’s also caused endless supernatural incidents which Volgravia’s keen to keep hidden as we slowly uncover a wider conspiracy. While several reveals felt a touch predictable (including, unfortunately, the ending), I was never disappointed with where the story went. It progresses naturally, without any unexpected surprises. Sasha’s mind being transferred to another body sets the tone immediately, making it less of a twist when supernatural elements come into play. This isn’t the longest adventure, taking six hours to beat, though Red Matter 2 benefits from that in that its gameplay never outstays its welcome. If you’ve played the original you’ll find familiar design: like before, Sasha’s space suit comes with a pair of handheld devices that can swap between grips, flashlights, scanners and, eventually, a gun. The controls are intuitive, and the fact that the in-game devices perfectly reflect the Meta Quest 2 controller’s buttons does great things for a sense of immersion. Picking up items feels precise and realistic, meaning you can’t just lift a heavy box like it’s made of air – Sasha isn’t some cosmonaut Superman, after all – but you could drag them out of the way or place them onto a trolley.

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The fact that the in-game devices perfectly reflect the Quest 2 controller’s buttons does great things for a sense of immersion.I particularly enjoyed Red Matter 2’s more subtle applications for these devices, too; one moment had me cracking a vault’s four-digit code without any visible hints. Instead of putting the answer in front of my face, it increased controller vibrations upon selecting the correct number, which worked effectively. These devices factor into puzzle solving well, improving immersion and simultaneously complementing the environmental storytelling. Travelling between several locations, Sasha only meets the odd robot and some holographic projections, with actual human NPCs mostly absent. Occasional chatter with Beta aside, this means Sasha’s reliant on your observation skills to piece together what happened. Most areas are littered with translatable notes, diagrams indicating how certain devices work, and well-hidden objects. Some of these puzzles would benefit from greater signposting though, because spending 20 minutes trying to find a power source isn’t ideal, and I got stuck a few times on tasks like this. I also believe Red Matter 2’s puzzles would benefit from a wider variety, because flipping circuits to restore power for the fifth time gets slightly dull. But most often it’s done smartly ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4

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And so whether it’s figuring out obscure clues for a safe combination or finding the correct frequency for a mining device, taking your time is key and rushing through accomplishes nothing. My only major gripe is with combat. Sasha’s also equipped with a jetpack which leads into some occasional platforming – I was fine with it but I could see how that may sound nauseating for some. Fear not, though: Vertical Robot’s been accommodating with comfort settings. Smooth movement remains the most immersive choice for me, but the jetpack can be set to teleportation instead, letting you point and click to blink over to where you’d like to be in an instant. Seated mode is another option, so you don’t need to stand for six hours, and it comes with such options as adjustable walking and turning speeds and optional blinders that’ll place a vignette around your screen. Finally, you can select your dominant hand for greater accessibility. Truthfully, my only major gripe is with combat, which doesn’t rear its head until halfway through the story. Volgravia’s base contains two types of enemy drones: humanoids which can only be hurt by shooting specific, irritatingly small weak spots like the shoulders, and floating mechanical eyes that make up for a lack of armor with an annoying level of mobility that makes them difficult to hit. You’ll also find a few pesky turrets that’ll shoot Sasha on sight

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Using motion controls to handle a gun requires a steady aim to use them well. That’s fine with less intense segments like puzzle solving, but during Red Matter 2’s gunplay? Not so much. I’ve long believed VR is a great format for shooters, particularly with arcade shooters like Robo Recall and Zombieland: Headshot Fever, but in the best games out there enemies aren’t usually this frustrating to hit. Precise shooting and guesswork was often required for where they’d go next and unsurprisingly, getting in at close range risks death, leaving these segments feeling rather drawn out. Thankfully, combat isn’t frequent enough for this to majorly detract from Red Matter 2 as a whole – and mercifully, you can turn down the difficulty on the fly if it gives you too much trouble.Exploration is where Red Matter 2 truly shines and that’s lifted considerably by its retro-futuristic art style, quietly nailing the tense atmosphere of these abandoned bases. Between crawling through dark vents and hallways breached by red matter, it can feel like you’re walking through a horror game – but rest assured, you won’t get jump-scared here. After testing both the PC and the Quest 2 versions, I was wowed by how realistic the graphics are on Quest 2. This is by far one of the best-looking games you can play without a PC tethered to the headset. One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition

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It’s not just these quiet moments in the base which left me impressed. While visiting one of Saturn’s moons you can head down an outdoor walkway, and seeing the stars above and the mighty gas giant below was wonderful. Seeing how small you are in the grand scheme of things really gave Sasha’s journey a sense of immersion only VR can capture, a feeling which remained just as impressive when visiting Neptune’s moon, Triton. Red Matter 2 is an adventure that takes place during a dystopian Cold War whose events occur after Red Matter. It is the story of how people trapped in a reality created by their rulers, rebel against their destiny and fight to do the right thing. You will embark on the journey of a lifetime to the far reaches of the solar system. This will make you question your entire reality as you face the Red Matter more unleashed than ever. Explore a fully interactive world designed to enhance the feeling of immersion in virtual reality. Solve environmental, physics, and logic puzzles with the help of your tools as you enjoy the beautiful, fully physicalized environments, using your jetpack to propel you and move without limits as you explore platforming sections. Use your hacking tool to access terminals, obtain information, and clear your path. But don’t be too confident, and be ready to fight when you least expect it.

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Volgravia took great care to protect the secrets you are about to discover. Red Matter 2 is linear sci-fi puzzle game with a story backdrop to keep the action moving along. While there’s a taste of projectile combat in the game, the real showcase is the game’s rich immersive interactions and consistently strong technical and artistic presentation that is best-in-class on Quest 2, while still remaining impressive on PC VR for the likes of a VR game from a small team. Red Matter 2 is a direct continuation of the first game and has substantially similar gameplay. If you didn’t play the first you’ll be a bit out of the loop on the story, despite the game making efforts to remind players of what happened. In short, you travel through a largely lifeless space station, following the path of a comrade who is determined to thwart the bad guys who are using the mysterious and dangerous ‘red matter’ as a weapon. Along the way you’ll find some really unique and imposing brutalist architecture, beautiful visual details on both small & grand scales, and tons of interactivity with objects in the world.The game’s puzzles come in a reasonably wide variety. While you’ll certainly do a lot of lever pulling, button pressing, and power redirecting, there’s also some more creative and interesting puzzles like figuring out how to operate certain machinery OPUS: Echo of Starsong – Full Bloom Edition Switch NSP

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using items from the environment to prop open doors, and even using a remote-controlled maintenance blimp to accomplish important tasks. While some tasks are fairly common (open the door with the broken button), I didn’t feel like any single mechanic overstayed its welcome.Aside from the puzzles that you’ll accomplish mostly with your hands, as a player you also have a jetpack which is used for the occasional platforming section (unlike the first game, players have complete manual control over their jetpack movement). While I like the idea in theory, I found the jetpack movement too slow to be engaging, and in some cases frustrating when you come up literally two inches short of the planform you wanted to reach (while having no ability to use your hands to pull yourself up).Beyond the standard straightforward puzzles in Red Matter 2 are a few creative ones, offering up that ever satisfying ‘ah-ha!’ moment, but these were equally balanced out by a handful of puzzles that felt obtuse or had other issues like important objects not being apparent enough. Just a few of the puzzles relied on the game’s Alyx-like force-pull mechanic, but it was utilized so minimally that on several occasions I forgot I even had that power which left me temporarily stuck. For most of those obtuse puzzles, a single piece of dialogue or text clue could have saved frustration.

Even a simple ‘current objective’ readout would have been helpful to remind players what they’re trying to accomplish (especially useful if you have to take the headset off in the middle of a puzzle and then return and forgot exactly where you are in the puzzle process). Perhaps the single most helpful tool in the game is the scanner, which analyzes objects to provide clues and translate the game’s exclusively Russian writing. For better or for worse, you’ll make extensive use of the device, and you can scan almost any object in the environment—be it a useless prop or a computer display with info that’s important to solving the puzzle at hand. Another necessary tool that you’ll acquire part way through the game is an energy pistol, which is the only weapon you’ll find in the game. It’s used for a handful of combat encounters against security drones. While I appreciate the desire to split up all the puzzling with some combat for a different pace, I ultimately found the combat to be more of a chore than fun, largely due to the fact that the enemies felt annoyingly difficult to hit. Especially the humanoid bots you fight—which must be hit in specific weak spots to be destroyed—which constantly moved to dodge your shots.

Add-ons (DLC):Red Matter 2

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X or greater
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1060 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 8 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X or greater
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1080 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 8 GB available space

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  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
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