Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge looks fantastic on the Oculus Quest 2 as well. It’s a far brighter and more colorful game than Vader Immortal, and the headset’s improved resolution made everything look sharper. (And yes, you can play it just fine on the original Quest.) Its excellent sound design and score, led by Battlestar Galactica composer Bear McCreary, genuinely made me feel like I was starring in my own Star Wars film. And an eventual appearance by C-3PO (voiced by Anthony Daniels) and R2-D2 cemented the experience even further.
For most players, the highlight of the game will be the Temple of Darkness, the story Seezelslak ends up telling you once you collect his drink ingredients. During that 15-minute tale, you play the role of Ady Sun’Zee, a Jedi padawan who lived during the High Republic era. I won’t spoil much of her story here, except to say she eventually needs the help of Yoda himself, voiced by Frank Oz. While short, I appreciated at least having one portion of the game where I could use a lightsaber.