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STAR WARS: Dark Forces Remaster

  • Based on Steam BuildID 13585667 release: 1.9 GB, thanks to Titeuf!
  • Goldberg crack/emu applied over
  • 100% Lossless & MD5 Perfect: all files are identical to originals after installation
  • NOTHING ripped, NOTHING re-encoded
  • Selective Download feature: you may skip downloading and installing of non-English videos and voiceovers
  • Significantly smaller archive size (compressed from 1.9 GB to 574 MB/1.1 GB)
  • Installation takes one minute
  • After-install integrity check so you could make sure that everything installed properly
  • HDD space after installation: up to 1.9 GB
  • Language can be changed in game settings
  • At least 2 GB of free RAM (inc. virtual) required for installing this repack
  • All fourteen original levels, featuring Star Wars™ worlds and capital ships
  • Use your ability to jump, duck, and crawl to solve puzzles and defeat enemies
  • Your Personal Digital Assistant provides you with in game information such including map, inventory, and mission briefing
  • Engaging first-person ground combat featuring ten weapons and twenty types of enemies
  • Up to 4K 120FPS visuals
  • Advanced 3D rendering enables updated lighting and atmospheric effects
  • Modern gamepad support adds a new weapon wheel, and rumble
  • Controller Support – vibration and gyro controls
  • A variety of power-ups are made available to the player, including health, shields, weapons and ammunition
  • For combat, the player may use fists, explosive landmines and thermal detonators, as well as blasters and other ranged weapons
  • Includes immersive environmental puzzles and mazes

Game Description

Star Wars™: Dark Forces Remaster has been brought to life by the team at Nightdive Studios, fully remastered through its proprietary KEX engine, allowing the game to run on modern gaming devices at up to 4K resolution at 120FPS. New and returning players will enjoy Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster’s upgraded gameplay, high-resolution textures, enhanced lighting and rendering, and support for gamepads.

The original 1995 Star Wars: Dark Forces raised the bar for FPS games, offering players a significant degree of movement and interactivity, a large selection of items and power-ups, and engaging environments.

In the first Star Wars FPS video game, players assume the role of Kyle Katarn, a defector of the Galactic Empire turned mercenary for hire. Katarn joins the Rebel Alliance’s covert operations division tasked with infiltrating the Galactic Empire, where he discovers the secret Dark Trooper Project. The development of this powerful new series of Imperial battle droids and power-armored stormtroopers stands to strengthen the Empire’s grip on the galaxy unless Katarn and the Rebel Alliance intervene.

Game Features

  • All fourteen original levels, featuring Star Wars™ worlds and capital ships
  • Use your ability to jump, duck, and crawl to solve puzzles and defeat enemies
  • Your Personal Digital Assistant provides you with in game information such including map, inventory, and mission briefing
  • Engaging first-person ground combat featuring ten weapons and twenty types of enemies
  • Up to 4K 120FPS visuals
  • Advanced 3D rendering enables updated lighting and atmospheric effects
  • Modern gamepad support adds a new weapon wheel, and rumble
  • Controller Support – vibration and gyro controls
  • A variety of power-ups are made available to the player, including health, shields, weapons and ammunition
  • For combat, the player may use fists, explosive landmines and thermal detonators, as well as blasters and other ranged weapons
  • Includes immersive environmental puzzles and mazes

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