Crossword clues for rez
n. 1 (context US slang English) (form of short form reservation English) 2 (context Canada slang English) (form of short form reserve English) 3 (context Canada slang English) (form of short form residence English); dormitory 4 Short form of resonance. 5 (context gaming English) Short form of resurrection. vb. (context gaming English) Short form of resurrect.
Rez is a rail shooter music video game released by Sega in Japan in 2001 for the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2, with a European Dreamcast release and United States PlayStation 2 release in 2002. The game was developed by Sega's United Game Artists division, which contained several former members of the disbanded Team Andromeda, the Sega development team behind the Panzer Dragoon series. It was conceptualized and produced by Tetsuya Mizuguchi. His company, Q Entertainment, released a high definition version, Rez HD, to the Xbox Live Arcade in 2008. Rez Infinite, a remake designed for the PlayStation VR virtual reality unit, is expected to be released October 13, 2016.
The game is notable for replacing the typical sound effects found in most rail shooter games with electronic music, with sounds and melodies created by the player as they target and destroy foes in the game, leading to a form of synesthesia, enhanced by an optional Trance Vibrator peripheral.
A direct sequel, Child of Eden, was released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2011.
Řež is a village (a part of Husinec municipality) in Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It is located in valley of the Vltava River 11 km northwest from centre of Prague. According to the 2001 census the population was 722.
Řež has a good railway connection by Prague - Kralupy nad Vltavou line. The stop is located on the opposite (left) bank of the Vltava River and is accessible by a pedestrian bridge. An 18 km ride from Masaryk Station takes up 24 minutes.Latitude: 50.1667 (50° 10' 0" N) Longitude: 14.3500 (14° 21' 0" E) Elevation: 178 - 245 m (584 - 804 feet)
Rez may refer to:
"Rez" is a non-album track by Underworld, originally released in 1993 in the UK. It became one of their biggest club/live anthems despite the fact it could not be found on an album. However, it did appear on many compilations, b-sides, and even appeared on a bonus disc for Second Toughest in the Infants (1996). The first promo release of the single was pressed onto pink vinyl, and is highly collectible as it has another non-album track, Why, Why, Why. Due to this track's obscurity, there are, incidentally, many bootlegs of it. The more common release has " Cowgirl" on it. There is also a limited white vinyl pressing available in the US.
Usage examples of "rez".
The sole surviving witness was Rez, whom Blackwell escorted to the barricade the guards had erected in the exercise yard.
Down through deltas of former girlfriends, degrees of confirmation of girlfriendhood, personal sightings of Rez or Lo together with whichever woman in whatever public place, each account illuminated with the importance the event had held for whoever had posted it.
Laney heard the idoru say, and then he was watching Rez mount a low stage in a crowded club of some kind, everything psychedelic Korean pinks, hypersaturated tints like cartoon versions of the flesh of tropical melons.
This looked, thanks to a fortuitous file-swap with a member in Sweden, like a lithographed tin lunch box, Rez and Lo peering stunned and fuzzy-eyed from its flat, rectangular lid.
Chia knew that because Rez had ridden in the back of one in a video, except that that one had had a bath in it, black marble, big gold faucets shaped like tropical fish.
Lo and Rez, the Chinese guitarist and the half-Irish singer, saying stupid things in dozens of different television spots, most of them probably intended for translation?
We all care about Rez and the rest of the band, and we know you do too.
She looked at the screen, where Rez was still swinging along, swatting flies from his neck and chest, lost in composition.
Monkey Boxing had actually been about, imagined Rez at a table with some other people, behind a purple rope, and in the foreground a crowd of Japanese people doing whatever Japanese people did at a club like that.
None at all, Rez says, giving my shoulder a squeeze, but he was just going to have a word with the crowd.
Put the end of it into their heads: one, two, three, Rez says, like that.
And gotten nothing for it but a vaguely unpleasant idea of Rez as someone capable of being boring.
The bed, her Lo Rez Skyline poster, the agent of Lo greeting her in his mindless friendly way.
He and Arleigh and Yamazaki had watched Rez meeting this new version of the idoru, the one Willy Jude saw as a big silver thermos.
If Rez and Rei Toei were making decisions in tandem, and if Yamazaki had decided to go along with them, where did that leave him?