The original let you load in a CD, and the game would make levels based on the music therein. Is that still a feature in Rez HD, or no? --- Sci-Five! Mohawks are more trouble than they're worth. That's why I just make mine look doofy and tell people it's a Muppet Hawk.
Edit: OK, i remember reading that this was a feature, but now I can't find the reference at all. In the case that I'm entirely mistaken, please keep the browbeating to a low level, I get migraines easy. --- Sci-Five! Mohawks are more trouble than they're worth. That's why I just make mine look doofy and tell people it's a Muppet Hawk.
#3AndroydXeroPosted 2/12/2010 10:43:46 AM
You could never import songs to this game, it's always been areas 1-5 only. 6 if you count the lost area. --- GT: Acid Mother It's only getting...worse...
#4GriffPosted 2/13/2010 8:02:12 AM
^^^ He's right, it was never a feature.
You might be thinking of an older Rez type game that was released for the ps1 in Japan by Square called "Internal Section".
It had the CD swap feature that affects the levels.
It's really quite a cool game, very advanced for the original playstation and a definite inspiration for the Rez team years later.