GamesRadar - Nothing else in gaming feels like Geometry Wars. Nothing. That shudder of adrenalised anticipation as the level warps in. The heightened alertness as you neatly gun down the first couple of waves, seemingly nonchalant, but senses tightening in readiness. Then the escalation. Gradual at first, but relentless, steady, and utterly merciless. Then The Zone. Not even consciously playing any more, you’re watching yourself do the impossible, ducking and weaving between gaps that barely exist, time simultaneously speeding up and slowing down, as your mind whirls with piano-string tension and euphoric, synaesthesia-washed calm.