In the first half of the 2000s, two games of designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi were released, proving his first-rate knack for audiovisual fusion. These two games are Rez and Lumines.
2001 saw the release of Rez, an inventive shooter where every action of the player adds to the intensifying techno soundtrack. On the other hand, Lumines is considered one of the best puzzle games every introduced, featuring an almost similar twist to Tetris when it comes to block-matching.
This 2016, new versions of both games turned up. This week, Sony released a new trailer for Rez Infinite to hype up the game's accolades from press outlets around the world.
Even without a headset, Rez Infinite is one of the best showcases of PlayStation VR because of its spectacular visuals. Also, this game works across three generations.
Since its launch, the game has managed to stand out from the rest because of its highly-stylized graphics. The stunning core graphics of the game is a lot better now that Rez Infinite has taken things to a whole new level.
Rez Infinite takes things into the world of native 4K users of the PlayStation 4 Pro. On the other hand, users of PlayStation VR get to experience Rez Infinite in virtual reality.
Aside from its fantastic visuals, the all-new Area X featured in Rez Infinite only proves that the game is worth far more than its asking price.
The Rez pack is available today for $4.99 and is best played with headphones.