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Rez- PS2

Rez- PS2
alaScore 83

30 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 30 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Rez- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 30 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 17 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (13)

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Rez Review


The psychodelic shooter from Sega.

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Rez - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games


It finally happened. After countless hours of brainstorming on whiteboards, debating with fellow game designers, coming up with half-assed ideas, and going enough pots of coffee to keep an horse awake, the folks at Sega had to face a hard truth:...

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Rez Review


Rez is a fitting tribute to the Dreamcast, truly a wonderful title.

REZ is a truly unique ‘game’ and of the finest Sega created titles ever, one that everybody can play yet it’s individuality will divide gamers into those that love it and those that don’t. It’s not for everyone, however please give it a chance, have a...


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Sega's first year of third-party publishing brings this distinct, genre-crossing action title to the PS2. Rez blends elements of 3D shooters and rhythm-and-dance games to create an experience custom-designed for fast action and psychedelic visuals. The ga

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This game is known from arcades all over the world, and you can finally play for free in your own living room.

The excellent extra games feature. It gives hours and hours of fun

The unbelievably bad graphics, bad story, and bad soundtrack!

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Better than the arcade?


Time Crisis is one of the games that should be credited for


very short game, I want more

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One opinion on Time Crisis 2


When this game first appeared in arcades, it drew great crowds mainly because the predecessor was thought to be many as the game that killed virtual cop. Namco certainly improved from the first game with sharper graphics, rewarding game play, good...

Improved graphics, addictive gameplay, Guncon2 accuracy is impressive

Short replay value, repetitive after a while, poor split screen two player mode

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There's a Crisis in your hands, or maybe just a new Gun-Con


We all know light gun games have come from a simple company, being Nintendo, with it's simple (yet still rather complicates) light gun feature. Ever since 1985, Nintendo has dominated the early days of there Nintendo Entertainment System with games...

Impressive "re-mastered" visuals, Optional I-Link Compatibility

Two-Player Mode is flawed with split-screens, repetition galore, the "orange" Gun-Con 2

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Namco's little faith in North Americans


Okay, one point is scratched off the top immediately! When Namco released Time Crisis II in Japan, the GunCon 2 is a perfectly cool black gun. But North America's release gets a bright orange gun. Excuse me, but I feel a bit insulted. Because the...

Great shooting, lots of extra games, John Woo action

The orange gun, can't blow enemies into pieces, Need big TV

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Time Crisis II for PS2


I bought Time Crisis II for PS2 which came with a bright orange guncon 2. I had the original guncon from my playstation 1 system, and played with a friend who used the guncon 2. We played the two-player arcade mode. The screen was split down the...

Exactly like the Arcade Version, Great Game

Shortest game you've ever seen, two player screen is small