Roughly a year after Konami released P.T., a free \"Silent Hills teaser\" experience for the PlayStation 4, the Japanese game publisher removed its listing. Ever since, the only way to play through this eerie, atmospheric horror vignette has been to find a PS4 that had already downloaded the demo.
Meaning you'll want to put on headphones and get a fresh pair of pants. Many years later, P.T. still offers a uniquely unsettling experience, thanks to its mix of repetition, simplicity, creepy touches, and impeccable sound design. Unreal PT transfers all of those aspects to Windows PC, all while scaling up to true 4K resolution, leaning into impressive Unreal Engine 4 visual effects, and maxing out at your preferred frame rate. Unfortunately, the game's \"wake from the ground\" intro and pre-rendered conclusion are not included, so anybody brand-new to P.T. will want to watch a playthrough on YouTube after finishing to see what's missing. (In good news, the download includes a helpful \"guide.txt\" file to explain how to get through P.T.'s most confusing moments should you get stuck at any point.)
The project's lead developer, Radius Gordello, posted a development log alongside the release to confirm roughly nine months of development time. It details the team's effort to build many of his version's assets from scratch, including \"textures, models, animations, gameplay, and code.\" But Gordello makes no bones about reusing specific, key assets, including \"Lisa's, Norman's, and the baby's models, the radio, and the pictures in the picture frames,\" along with every original sound effect and dialogue recording. That sheer fact makes the download's legal status particularly murky.
As a bonus (or a minus, depending on your point of view), Unreal PT purports to work with VR headsets in a sit-down capacity. However, Gordello makes clear in his notes that the demo's VR implementation is far from optimal, owing to his lack of sufficient VR development equipment (he simply ran a few VR tests at a school's computer lab). In addition to being creepy as all get-out, Unreal PT's VR implementation is absolutely broken; its only truly interesting aspect is that it fails to properly align your 3D avatar, so you can reposition your body in real-life space to see the game's real-time render of actor Norman Reedus.
For the past month I continue to have issues with downloading past titles. I have many great games I would like to play that state \"Sorry we can't install ____ Please visit Oculus Support. I have done fresh installs, installed on a separate computer. Reset my network. Nothing more I can do on my end. I also completed past support tickets submitting logs with no resolution.
Anyone else going through this I hope Meta updates the storefront and fixes these issues. Several hundred paid purchases since 2016 and most do not download. The storefront also has an issue where you are unable to download past titles (at least for me). It says get in text but no button to obtain, and no button on the actual page to purchase or download. Thank you. I am wondering if others are experiencing the same. I hate to make additional purchases and have them abandoned in the future with no ability to download. I will have to look towards other platforms if this isn't resolved.
Since 26 January, I've been trying to get Meta technical support to fix two games.One is \"The Vanishing of Ethan Carter\", which I have (had) almost finished and I like it a lot, which failed when I tried to update to the version I saw two years ago (1.06), but two updates of the Meta PC app two years ago, the program had decided that I had to download a new version of it. The installation failed straight away, immediately, without even trying to download it. I see it's on the list of those that give problems. The other one is \"The Lost Bear\", a peculiar game that I have not been able to see and that, at least in Spain, where I live, does not even appear to be purchased. This one starts to download and then stops after downloading (or not) about 112k. In this case it seems to be the same for all the people in Spain who had it (I'm a member of a Virtual Reality website and many people have told me that the same thing is happening with this game).I wouldn't be surprised if it happened to me with many more games.What I find unbelievable is that when you contact the technical service they don't tell you anything about this. They make you waste your time sending logs that neither Hotmail or Gmail can send as real copies (they only support 10k files) and they don't support sending files in the cloud. So they force you to waste time to get that file, which in my case is 40K, and to send one by one the 4 pieces as a split zip file, which some people know how to open and others don't.In any case, then they tell you to make backup copies even of the Quests, although they don't tell you how to do it either and it's to delete the content of both the Quests, mobile app and PC, what for with Quest, apart from annoying and annoying users. They pass you a bunch of links to waste your time even more, of course, you have nothing else to do.And well, I see here that it's already known that it's useless. There are people who have followed the steps and even installed everything on another PC and it's still the same.As for me, I've been receiving the same email for weeks, demanding the deletion of everything and a new version of logs, a text that is clearly copied and that has already reached me multiple times, only changing the name of the supposed person who sends it, which could be a bot.The technical service has to comment on the real nature of the bug and not waste game saves and, above all, many hours of time for nothing.The issue is not solved at all. In the technical service a person admitted to me that some time ago it happened and it was fixed, I guess because he saw here that \"it was fixed\" when it should be marked as \"in the process of being fixed\", apart from the fact that if I found this thread, it was not because it was easy.This text, more time wasted, as I have to translate it into English on top of that.
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Totally late at this point but for other people who are just figuring this out as well. Once linux has installed and opened steam, the game will say that its non-installable. Go click on the settings button right next to the info button, open properties, configuration and click the one button available on that page. From there it should ask if you want to add to home bar or shortcut. Tada! Hope this helps
so i tried to do this and didnt have enough space so steam partally downloaded but i cant get steam to launch to finish and also whenever i launch linux it says [Error starting penguin container: 50Launching vmshell failed: Error starting crostini for terminal: 50 and i cant type. PLS HELP!
Managed to get as far as installing steam, but on launch it goes to update but fails with Fatal error and steam needing to be online to update. The laptop is connected to the internet fine and no issues. Anyone else get this and found a solutionOh I downloaded the .deb file direct from the steam website.
Once i ran the commands in order, I received the same messages, however I was able to use the linux installer to run the install by just going to steams website, and downloading the linux (steam) installer. worked like a charm.
This was the only tutorial that worked on my machine. After the install I was never prompted for a login so I just typed steam into the command line. When it updated and opened, it then asked to login and after that I was able to browse my collection and play games. You might have to allocate more memory under the storage management section in settings for linux then restart the linux app and steam.
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This isn't a list of apps: These are all games, and we list the availability for each. To make it easy, we broke everything down into the most popular categories: Quest 2, Steam VR, PlayStation VR 2, and also the original PlayStation VR (which still has a lot of classic games that aren't playable on PSVR 2 yet).
Series fans will be familiar with the world setting and various familiar enemies, but its VR nature makes this game dramatically more immersive, frightening and visceral. From aiming shots at shambling zombies to simply throwing tin cans at pigeons, Half Life: Alyx makes superb use of VR to make an existing series feel fresh and exciting.
This PlayStation VR 2-exclusive game, made as a VR-focused spin-off of Sony's futuristic and robo-pocalyptic Horizon games, is one of the most beautiful and intense VR experiences next to Half-Life: Alyx. Most of the game involves climbing up mountains and shooting enemies with your bow and arrows, with some puzzle solving thrown in. The game's use of optional eye tracking, rich visuals and uncanny details throughout make it a PSVR 2 must-have. 59ce067264