Summary: This game is in a category in its own. I believe that it is to be on a CDR and that it contains mainy different versions for different locales. I have my PS2 set to German and the game was completely in german. This very unusual for games that are for the NTSC/US crowd. On to the game play.
Summary: Rez is an oddity in the gaming world. Partially a simplistic shooter and partially a complex musical, visual journey, the game draws you in with a simple premise and a addicting style of gameplay. It has a retro sensibility with a shiny polished execution that makes it look and sound great.
Summary: This game reminds me of some of the effects used in the movie Lawn Mower Man. If you like looking at fractals and listening to trance music you will enjoy this game. The game environment gently pulsates with the music while you float through the levels at different perspectives.
Summary: Not your ordinary shooter game. I got this game only a day ago and It is exactly what I was looking for. I knew there was something like this out there. Hard to find a lot of information about this game in the local retail stores but there were some really good reviews here on the Amazon site.
Summary: Words cannot describe this game. I could end the review there but instead I'll try. Rez is the shooter sequel to Space Channel 5, wherin you navigate the inside of a Network as a polygonal avatar, destroying enemies in an attempt to bypass security and hack a sort of confused Master Control kind of...
Summary: The game is one of the best ever made, but I wish that I have gotten it in its original packaging. The one that I received from VideoGamesDiva Amazon seller was more like a copied version, but it still works exactly the same.
Summary: This is a unique game. a Musical shooter with little actual story, but fun to play if you like music, rhythm and unusually beautiful graphics. It's beautiful though, and later levels are stuningly pretty both visually and musically.
Summary: If you like trance/electronica music even a little bit, you really should give Rez a try. The gameplay is engaging, frenetic without becoming unmanageable, and the music integration still gives me goosebumps when I play. Keep in mind that the notice when you boot the game should be taken seriously.