Even if you’ve never played Rez, chances are you’ve at least heard of it. Whether it’s from a friend who played it, a friend who knows someone who played it, or inappropriate uses for the Japanese-only Trance Vibrator that came with the original disc versions of the game.
Either way, Rez is finally readily available at a very palatable price, and you owe it to yourself to try out this unique game. Rez is not quite a shooter, not quite a music game, but an incredible mix of the two that involves you in the game’s soundtrack more than any other title ever released.
You are a futuristic hacker in a virtual world, kind of along the lines of Tron, but in order to hack this system, you have to make your way through five different systems, ultimately destroying a boss program at the end of each.