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Test Chamber – Rez Infinite For PlayStation VR
Rez released 15 years ago on PlayStation 2, but despite its age, it feels like a game that was meant for virtual reality.
Rez Infinite has a new level, but is otherwise a nearly identical experience to its original release. The main difference is now you aim by looking, as opposed to moving a cursor with a control stick. VR ramps up the game’s intensity, and is easier to play as a result of its updated controls.
One disadvantage of the new VR experience is its frantic speed makes it a difficult game to watch. The cursor moves much faster than it has in the past so fair warning to those hitting play – the action may be a little difficult to track.
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Source: Game Informer