Post Profile






Rez Infinite review

Have you ever really played Rez? I thought I had, but now I'm not so sure. That very first time back in 2001 on the Dreamcast, through a soapy fog of weed in student halls and the hazy dawning realisation that games could offer so much more than they had done before, was just a rehearsal. Getting reacquainted a couple of years later with the PS2 version - a Trance Vibrator, borrowed from a friend, stuffed tastefully down the back of my shirt as I sat cross-legged on the floor on a brief respite from a summer's day trip - was merely a warm-up.
read more

share

Related Posts


Rez Infinite announced for PlayStation VR, but can be played normally

Entertainment / Video Games : VG247

Q-Entertainment is bringing Rez to PlayStation VR and it’s called Rez Infinite. Rez Infinite can be played in VR mode or as normal game on PS4. According to executive producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the game comes closest to “what we sa...

Rez Infinite’s Area X Is An Incredible Japanese VR Experience 

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

To be honest, I wasn’t that excited when I showed up at Enhance Games’ office in Tokyo’s Aoyama to play Area X, a new area in Rez Infinite for PlayStation VR. I’d played Rez and Rez HD, so I thought Rez in VR would be no big deal. B...

Rez Infinite reviews round-up, all the scores

Entertainment / Video Games : VG247

Rez Infinite may secretly be the best PlayStation VR experience. Rez Infinite joins RIGS and Driveclub VR as one of the higher-profile PlayStation VR releases dropping this week. Infinite is a remake of Rez, the PS2 and Dreamcast cl...

Rez Infinite is PlayStation VR's best game yet

Entertainment / Video Games : Eurogamer

Of course this is how it was always meant to be played. Rez always felt ahead of its time - when it was released back in 2001, there wasn't anything really like Tetsuya Mizuguchi and United Game Artists' rhythmic Dreamcast game, a w...

Our REZ Infinite videos

Entertainment / Video Games : Gamersyde

REZ Infinite is a remastering of the classic Dreamcast and PS2 published by SEGA and developed by Sega's United Game Artists in November 2001. REZ infinite sees an addition Stage called Area X, developed for PS4 and the PlayStation ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC