Q Entertainment is having a good hard think about whether to bring Rez HD to PlayStation Network.

That's according to the company's Twitter page, where the following message was posted: "What would a game like Rez HD sell for on PSN? $15? This is no indication that it's happening, but we're researching if its feasible."

Those who like the sound of that idea might want to register their interest as another message reads, "This isn't something we need to do, or will necessarily develop. I'm doing some informal polling to take back to our bizdev ppl."

Rez HD was released on Xbox Live back in January 2008, priced at 6.80. Like the PS2 original it was a hit with the critics, scoring 10/10 on Eurogamer. Read our review to find out what all the fuss is about.

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