Lumines beings are we
Rhythm games have a long and storied history throughout gaming, and Tetsuya Mizuguchi is one of the most important creators tied to it, having created such masterpieces as Rez, Child of Eden, the upcoming – and incredible looking – Tetris Effect, and of course Lumines. So it’s cause for celebration that the...
Some may have laughed at Sony's first Countdown to E3 announcement, but we here at Push Square Towers are extremely excited about Tetris Effect. Tetsuya Mizuguchi's penchant for entrancing players with audiovisual splendor paired with the timeless Tetris formula seems like a match made in heaven, and a new
Yes, the trailer song is in the game
We’ve all played Tetris before, as was pointed out in the aftermath of last week’s announcement stream. What we’ve never played before is Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s take on the legendary puzzler, but we’ll all get a chance later this year in Tetris Effect on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. And it’s looking...
Well this is going to be bloody good. Rez Infinite is already one of the best experiences you can have on PlayStation VR, and now Tetsuya Mizuguchi is back with a trippy twist on a classic: Tetris Effect. The debut trailer definitely has a Rez aesthetic to it, but it’s backed by the auteur’s signature electropop sound. The game will...
We love a bit of Lumines here at Push Square Towers, so Lumines Remastered on PS4 is set to be a great opportunity to get reacquainted with this wonderful puzzler. However, we'll be waiting slightly longer than we hoped -- initially planned for a May release, developer Enhance has announced a small delay to the 26th June. While no...
Some might say the PS4 has too many remasters at this point, but we can allow for this one, right? Lumines was a superb puzzle game on PlayStation Portable that played a little like a rhythmic Tetris, and the PS4 is set to receive Lumines Remastered in May 2018. This is a fairly straightforward HD port of the original game, as you can...
An existential acid trip
Rez may have started life on the Dreamcast all the way back in 2001, but veteran Tetsuya Mizuguchi's synaesthesia shooter has finally found its true home on PlayStation VR. Despite being released on dozens of platforms over the past decade-and-a-half – including, of course, the PlayStation 2 – it feels like those...
Rez may have been kicking around since late 2001 on the Dreamcast, but despite launching on several platforms since – including the PlayStation 2 – it finally feels at home on PlayStation VR. While you can play this modernised version of the cult classic without Sony's spiffy headset, the fact of the matter is that Rez Infinite...
And various other goodies
Rez is a favourite of ours on the Dreamcast and the PlayStation 2, but as producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi has pointed out in his latest PlayStation Blog post, it can be hard to find. The developer hopes to resolve this on 13th October, by teaming up with I Am 8 Bit to create a limited edition, boxed version of the game. Now...
Fully playable on PlayStation VR
After the official announcement of Rez Infinite at last year's Playstation Experience, developer Enhance Games – effectively a one-man studio made up of Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi – has now revealed the game's release date on Twitter to be 13th October for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR, but only...
More than just an up-Rez
OMG! Sony went really hard on PlayStation VR for the first time during its PlayStation Experience 2015 press conference, and one of the games that it announced will be making a comeback in virtual reality is Rez – the Tetsuya Mizuguchi classic that last launched on PlayStation 2. Rez Infinite will run in 1080p at 60...
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