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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:46am 27/06/11 | 3 Comments
Our newest freelance reviewer addition, Sarah Lamotte (aka snr0n), took a Kinect-fuelled swing at reviewing Tetsuya Mizaguchi's Child of Eden for us; connecting her synapses to his ethereal music-driven world, and walked away uplifted, enlightened and review-ready for it.
Child of Eden is both thematically and mechanically near-identical to Rez. The game takes place within Eden, the digital system that was the setting of the first game. Here, it’s presented as a depersonalised archive of all humanity’s knowledge - a kind of futuristic Internet, though devoid of trolls and cat photos.
The game is also available on PS3, but for the full run-down, click here for Sarah's debut AusGamers review.

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Reverend Evil
Posted 12:13pm 27/6/11
That looks really cool and the music sounds great. Is there anything else sorta like this on xbox that you can use the Kinect thingy with?
Posted 12:15pm 27/6/11
There was a vibrator attachment for Rez, I'm not kidding. I doubt something like that would happen again lol.
Posted 06:35pm 27/6/11
Looks cool but I heard it was really short, like 2 hours or something
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