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...
About The Game
15 years after the original Rez won hearts and blew minds on the PS2, its unique blend of shooting-rhythm-action returns as Rez Infinite — infinitely improved and evolved for a new generation of hardware, and a new generation of gamers.
Blast through Rez Infinite on your PS4 to appreciate its razor-sharp 1080p resolution, silky-smooth 60 frames-per-second motion, and full 7.1 surround-sound support (for what's been called one of the greatest gaming soundtracks ever made), or plug in your PlayStation VR headset and experience 360 degrees of mind-blowing synesthesia (at 120 frames-per-second!), as colors and sounds sync and blend around you, all in time to Rez's legendary techno-flavored beats in full 3D audio.
And that's not all. Keep an eye out for future announcements leading up to the release of Rez Infinite in 2016, including details on all-new, original content.
What all does Rez-mastermind Tetsuya Mizuguchi have in store for us? The possibilities are Infinite...