Vader Immortal is a pretty great way to get your VR Star Wars fix. If you’ve wanted to give it a shot but don’t have a PC VR rig handy, it’ll soon be available on a new platform. the PlayStation VR version of Vader Immortal will be out on August 25th.
As we learned this spring, the entire episodic game will be available in one purchase: that includes three episodes as well as the Lightsaber Dojo.
The brief trailer that was shown off today during the latest PlayStation State of Play livestream didn’t really offer any new info, but the good news is we already know this is a solid game and showcase for VR that’s well worth playing.
The big question, of course, is how this game translates to the less advanced PSVR system. We’ll know whether it succeeds or not before long.
Nintendo ‘Gigaleak’ Shows The Classic Games That Never Were
If you’ve ever wondered how Nintendo’s classic games evolved before they reached store shelves, you might have a good chance to find out. According to VGC, (via Eurogamer) a “gigaleak” of Nintendo art assets and source code from the mid-1990s has surfaced online, revealing prototypes of games that looked and behaved quite differently than the final products.
Yoshi’s Island (above) had a different interface, music, and mini-games, while Super Mario Kart had no drifting. Even the once-abandoned Star Fox 2 (eventually released with the SNES Classic Edition) was going to have a human pilot at one stage.
Other tidbits include alternate artwork from Super Mario World (Bowser might have had visible legs) and “Zelda 3,” a very early engine test for what would become Mario Kart 64 and source code for Star Fox 2.
The information appears accurate — Star Fox 2 developer Dylan Cuthbert recognized a custom development tool he hadn’t seen for “almost 30 years.”
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