Game On expo in Tokyo; to the fan-made Dream Trance vibrator created by Scott (and reviewed by me here), we can't get enough of the music-based acid trip-a-thon.
iam8bit, and the whole range looks to be pretty sweet from the initial artists impressions adorning the site (copied and pasted here for your delectation). One of the most interesting aspects of the aforementioned post though, are the references to the Dreamcast version:
"There’s no easy way to find and play any version of Rez currently – and no way at all on any of the current gaming systems. So while I’m super proud that, over the last 15 years, Rez’s fan community has grown along with its reputation, as more and more players have discovered its integration of graphic design, sound, and shooting action, at the same time I regret that fewer and fewer people have any way to play the game!
Hopefully all Rez fans will find something here that they like, including those future fans who’ve never played before but will give Rez Infinite a try on PS4 or PSVR starting this fall… all without having to go to eBay or hook up a dusty old Dreamcast to enjoy it!"
- Tetsuya Mizuguchi
Excuse me?! A 'dusty old Dreamcast'? There's no dust here Mr Mizuguchi, you cheeky sod! And what about the PS2 and Xbox 360 versions? Eh? I suppose I can let you off with a warning since you created such an amazing game. Tsk.
iam8bit's website here.
Source: PlayStation Blog