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This review originally ran at The Stranger, a weekly newspaper in Seattle, WA. You can read the original version here. Rez is a weird enough video game without its vibrator. The 2001 title sees you floating through a wireframe world a la Tron and blasting stuff with a gun that, when fired, produces the beats and sound effects of its trance soundtrack. In spite of its cult success, Rez was mostly brushed over at the time—particularly by American gamers. But a limited-edition Japanese release ca...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
This review is taken from my published piece at The Atlantic in Washington, DC. The original can be found online here. What life awaits after death? Most forms of expression, from books and films to poetry and philosophy, have taken turns pondering on it, and the maturing world of video games is no exception.LIMBO, in spite of all appearances, isn't one of those games. The brief, downloadable video game for Xbox 360 appears to dwell in the afterlife—and beautifully so—with creepy inhabitants, ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.