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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:40pm 10/08/17 | 2 Comments
Plus, old fashioned monitors that you don't need to strap onto your face. But, we highly recommend you do for this. Anyway, the Dreamcast classic, last-gen HD remaster spectacular, and PlayStation VR hit Rez Infinite has made a surprise appearance on the Oculus Store and Steam. And is, well, the sort of perfect VR experience that we're happy to wholly endorse.



So, what's Rez? Apart from a question bordering on blasphemy Rez is a rhythm action game, one of the first, that is all about ramping up the feeling of synesthesia -- which is that thing where your senses all go crazy and you start to feel and see the music.

Man.

Anyway, in addition to the timeless techno soundtrack it's also a great game to boot. A must buy for VR enthusiasts.



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MARLINBLADE
Posted 06:35pm 10/8/17
I have this on PSVR... It's hard to describe this game. It's something else, like a blur between genres that really doesn't know if it's a shooter or a music game.

What it is though, is an incredible journey and a serious must have for anyone with a compatible VR headset.

Area X was something that stayed with me a long time after i turned it off. Highly recommended.
trillion
Posted 07:03pm 10/8/17
i just started Lone Echo sp and omg it is good
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