In hindsight, that may not be the best title to a blog…but what the heck.
I have been a longtime fan of Tetsuya Mizuguchi and Q Entertainment after games like Rez and Lumines glued me to their psychedelic puzzles ripe with colors and entrancing music.
Rez in particular was a big hit with me in the music oriented hackers meets wireframe graphics. The game was successful on its native Dreamcast and then subsequently released on the PS2 (complete with disturbing vibrating attachment). The game even garnered an HD release over Xbox Live Arcade, proving the game has staying power.
Child of Eden looks to be that Rez’s spiritual successor. Oh, and its built for motion gaming with the Kinect version featured.