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Enhance’s Oculus Quest version of Rez Infinite is coming just in time for the release of the new Quest 2 headset. The Quest version will be released on Tuesday, October 13th — the same day as the Quest 2.

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Rez Infinite has been a VR staple ever since it launched alongside the PlayStation VR in 2016, subsequently making appearances on PC and Google Daydream. It’s a VR remake of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s trippy musical shooter for the Dreamcast and PS2; the PC and PS4 versions can be played in 2D as well, but the Quest version is of course VR-only.

I’ve played through the Quest version of Rez Infinite, and it’s what you’d expect — a solid conversion of a great game that doesn’t need ultra-strong hardware to run effectively. The controls work well, and performance held up fine for me beyond a couple of minor hitches when

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Some Of These Items Require Good Mechanical
Skills
Please Read Instructions All The Way Through Before Beginning a Project


Maintenance Schedule & Log (Snackman This Page Requires MS Excel or Compatible
Torque Specifications (important!) For the Vulcan 1500 Series
OEM Air Shock Oil Recharge 
(GrayWarrant)

Center Stand For Easy Maintenance,
Buy It or Make It (
Philip Pratt
Steering Head Nut Torque Procedure ( Gus
Gustafson, Michel Mass
Steering Bearing Zerk Installation
For Easy Lubrication (
Harpo
Throttle Position Sensor
Adjustment..The Ultimate Ping Eliminator (
Garry Vander Eyk

Cold Idle Blues Fix ( Bruce
Shepard

Motorcycle Maintenance Checklist, Especially Helpful After Winter Layup (Gadget)
Brake Pad Replacement (Gadget)
Cam Chain Tensioner Extenders ( Tim (Snake) Acree )  
Front Axle Removal and Installation 
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Gadget
Bleed Brake & Clutch Lines The Easy And Inexpensive Way ( Tim Patterson
)
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If you were a child of the 80s and grew up to equal amounts of blue jeans, New Wave and Glam rock, then you’re definitely one of the people whose childhoods have been touched by one of Nintendo’s most fun gadgets of the 80s: The NES Zapper! Otherwise known as the Famicom Light Gun, this timeless contraption was sold as part of the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985 and the Famicom in 1984. With its unusual sci-fi look and feel, it made countless shooting games the fun they otherwise wouldn’t have had. Who doesn’t remember those guilty pleasure cheating sessions where you would just change the brightness and contrast of your television set for supreme blasting?

However times have changed and the games these days aren’t exactly ‘Duck Hunt’, ‘Operation Wolf’ or ‘Hogan’s Alley’ anymore. With the introduction of such high-power platforms as the PlayStation 3, the Nintendo Wii, and … Read More