At PAX East earlier this month, a stage appeared with a screen that was bursting with colors and trippy effects; music blared from giant speakers, attracting crowds of bewildered gamers who waited in a huge line for their turn to control this laser-light rave with their bodies. And that, friends, is Child of Eden for the Xbox Kinect. Described as a "rhythm action" game, Child of Eden is a sequel to Rez, which was ahead of its time when it launched for Dreamcast and PS2 in 2001. The trailer for the game is below, but don’t expect to understand exactly what's happening. On the surface, it looks like a game custom-made for those with certain botanical and/or pharmaceutical vices, but once you dig deeper...well, you come to the same conclusion. [via Destructoid]