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Rez Latest News - PS2

Game Description:Vector graphics make a triumphant return to videogames in Sega's trippy music shooter, Rez. There's no story to Rez, but don't let that fool you -- it's an experience. Hurtle through fantastical wireframe worlds, shoot at enemies with weapons that double as musical instruments, and advance through ever more complex levels of thumping beats and intricate rhythms. The clean graphics of Rez bring to mind the computer scenes in the film Tron, and the game is almost as much fun to watch as it is to play.
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  • Sega Renews 'Rez' and '18-Wheeler' Trademarks

    SEGA has renewed the trademarks for old-school favorites 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker and Rez, signaling that company at least believes in the possibility of future installments of the two franchises. A next-gen version of either of these games would be widely appreciated. The Skoal-using, missing-tooth set would love to have a long-distance...

    Posted February 10, 2009| 4 Comments

    Sega Renews 'Rez' and '18-Wheeler' Trademarks

 


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