Release date13 Oct 2016
One of the best rounds ever is at last going onto the PC - and with style: Experience an amazing 360-degree arousing surge as you clear your path through foe assault waves and changing supervisors. Every one of your developments makes hues and sounds that synchronize and mix with the beat of Rez's amazing techno soundtrack, regardless of whether in great work area mode or in the profoundly vivid VR adaptation, you need to see - and hear - Rez Infinite to trust it. KEY FEATURES a definitive bundle Fully amended exemplary Rez-Level Areas 1 to 5 and fresh out of the box new free trip in Area X. The whole game can be played on the work area or in full VR with your HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift and related controllers (exemplary gamepads, Vive controllers and Oculus remote and contact controllers are bolstered).
About Rez Infinite
Rez Infinite is released by Enhance Games in 13 Oct 2016. The game is designed by Resonair. Rez Infinite is a typical representative of the Indie genre. Playing Rez Infinite is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Indie, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Rez Infinite will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.
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Rez Infinite - Filmreview
Despite its 14 years that separate us from its first release, its modernized version to work on PlayStation VR makes us feel that Rez Infinite has obviously always been supposed to work with virtual reality. His pulsating geometric landscapes buzzing with electronic music literally take shape around me, which makes Rez absorb us in an immersive experience, which he has always aspired to do.
Whether you play VR or the old fashioned way, Rez is a rhythm-based hypnotic rail shooter with unique graphics and surprisingly deep gameplay despite its simplistic appearance. To play it simple, you need to learn the weak points of your enemies to put them down quickly, and move on, prioritizing your targets as well as you can to predict problems before they happen.
Interestingly, things get even crazier when you try to improve your score. Rather than shooting on sight, you need to find the right opportunity to eliminate as many enemies as possible. Playing this way is a subtle science, especially to understand how groups of your opponents are formed. Boss fights are the ultimate expression of this idea: they invite you to methodically dismantle your opponents piece by piece in order to perfectly develop a combo, and thus finish them off as it should be.
In VR, you have to use your head to aim, which is surprisingly intuitive, to the point that it becomes much simpler than with joysticks. The default settings in VR may tend to be a little too simple, but in dynamic mode, and with the management of the camera with the head, it is far beyond what can be achieved with a gamepad or keyboard / mouse.
Zone X is the only new element available in Rez Infinite: all the rest of the unlockable modes and elements are part of the HD reissue released eight years ago. It's an experience very different from what we used to have, with this ability to fly freely in 3D space. Although very clean, the game becomes even more spectacular in VR. One has the impression of flying through a lively fireworks display. With a beautiful pair of headphones, the sumptuous soundtrack contributes to making the title always so incredible, even after several games.
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