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The Gallery is a puzzle exploration game series built for virtual reality and inspired by the mystery of dark 80s fantasy adventure films. EPISODE 2: HEART OF THE EMBERSTONE After following your sister Elsie to the world of Ember, you discover the remnants of a destroyed civilization, torn apart by two siblings and their individual quests for power. Along the way you meet a mountainous ally who, like you, is looking for their other half. Using the Gauntlet, a mysterious new power capable of manipulating energy, you must unravel the history of this forgotten place, and reveal the true intentions of the dark figure who sent you here. Continue your epic journey through the Starseed to the distant planet of Ember, in this highly-anticipated sequel to Call of the Starseed, the VR adventure that started it all. Unravel the dark past of a forgotten world inspired by classic 80's fantasy, including Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal Control impossible technologies with The Gauntlet, a mysterious relic imbued with telekinetic power Unlock history with a world of new puzzles designed to take full advantage of the physicality and precision hand-tracking only possible with virtual reality Come face-to-face with a mountainous ally and bizarre alien creatures in stunning roomscale presence Experience the best in VR sound with captivating spatial audio and a brand new Original Soundtrack by award-winning composer Jeremy Soule Immerse yourself in a lovingly polished world of fantasy; with multiple hours of gameplay, story, and wonder in this elaborate sequel Experimental locomotion modes allow users to uniquely tailor their VR journey
An absolute must-have title! The graphics are great, a lot of attention to detail. The game world looks coherent and is well presented. The story is great and I like it very much. The books lying around are optional for reading, but give a deeper insight...
into the world in which one moves. The puzzles well implemented and fun, nobody gets frustrated. Sometimes it's about skill, sometimes about speed. But I don't feel hung up or overwhelmed at any time. One of the few VR titles in which you don't have to shoot around all the time and jump through the area. Nice to play relaxed.
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