Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi says he's "seriously considering" doing another one.

Speaking during an interview with us lot, up on the site today, Mizuguchi said, "I'm watching what's happening in the future, planning how to combine the music, the visualisation, the futuristic - a Rez kind of experience. I don't mean I'm making a Rez sequel, but I'm thinking about the future, and what kind of games I can make in terms of high-def sounds and visuals."

When asked if he'd be interested in doing another Rez, he added: "I'm currently seriously considering it. It's always there." We checked he meant it, just to be sure.

For more from Mizuguchi, including lots of thoughts of Lumines - Mobile, 360 et al - and his reaction to the Nintendo Wii, and his musical tastes, check out the full interview on the site today.

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