Rez's Channel - Rezopolis -1
Rezopolis logo from the second game
Gex - Rezopolis
Map of Rezopolis in the first game
Vital statistics
Type Industrial dystopia
Level Varies depending on game
Location Media Dimension
Inhabitants Rez (formerly), Rez's creations

Rezopolis (or Rez's Nerve Center) is the lair/world of Rez (formerly). It appears in Gex and Gex: Enter the Gecko.


When Rez fell into garbage trying to steal cable, he ended up here, where he quickly made himself at home and ruled the Media Dimension. Rez set up the base of operations for the media dimension and became Lord of the Media Dimension. After spending a certain amount of time there, his influence eventually began to take hold, and he gained an army consisting of Toxic Turtle, The Flatulator, Sun Snake, and Morphina. He then ordered each one to guard every other channel, to make sure no intruders could thwart his plans and infiltrate the newly christened Rezopolis. In the first Gex game it is said that Rezopolis is where network programs are chosen. Shortly afterward, he noticed Gex and wanted him to be his network's mascot. From his Rezopolis lair, Rez grabbed Gex from through the TV screen, and flung him into the Media Dimension.

Eventually, after Rez' four enforcers were defeated, Gex managed to penetrate Rezopolis' defenses, and eventually came face-to-face with Rez himself. Upon Rez' loss, Gex left Rezopolis and headed for home.

Rezopolis was re-established in Enter the Gecko, where some of Rez's more nightmarish creations now resided. Mooshoo Pork eventually found his way into the Media Dimension, and made contact with Rez, serving as one of his underlings and the presumed architect of Rez's Inner Sanctum, a cathedral-like location with both Rez's and Mooshoo Pork's faces on the stained-glass windows. Some time afterward, Gex would find himself here once again, hunting after some of the last few remotes, and then finally going on to take down Rez once more.

In Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko, Rezopolis didn't appear. This is the only game that doesn't have the Rezopolis level returning. Although Channel Z did make an appearance.

Rezopolis is a very high-tech yet nightmarish world. It is filled with Rez's robot creations, television screens and liquid Rez. In Mazed and Confused and No Weddings And A Funeral, there are many pictures of Rez. Also in Mazed And Confused there are ads that look similiar to billboards, placed on the walls in Rez's Lair. This shows the player what Rez's Personality is like and what he wants to take over, which is the Media Dimension. The music in the games describe his personality as well, not only being nightmarish but the music ranges being from futuristic to distorted to a world that Rez wants to create.



Rez Knight Fever

Objectives: Find the Remote for On The Move.

On The Move

Objectives: Find the Remote for Rez' Lair.

Rez' Lair (boss level)

Objectives: Defeat Rez. Escape the Media Dimension!

Enter the Gecko

Mazed And Confused (secret level)
  • Pass The T.V. Forest.
  • Cross The Blue Beams To The Rez Tower.
No Weddings And A Funeral
  • Penetrate Rez's Inner Sanctum.
Bonus Level
Bugged Out
  • Find The Given Items In Time.
Bonus Level
I Got The Reruns
  • Find The Given Items In Time.
Channel Z
  • Defeat Rez In The Final Battle.



Enter the Gecko



Gex: Enter the Gecko


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  • Map
Rezopolis 2
  • Main
Rezopolis 1
  • Win
Rezopolis 3
  • Lose
Rezopolis 4

Gex: Enter the Gecko

  • Main
Gex 2 - Rezopolis 1
  • Inside
Gex 2 - Rezopolis 2
  • Disco Room
Gex 2 - Rezopolis 3
  • Liquid Noise
Gex 2 - Rezopolis 4
  • Inner Sanctum
Gex 2 - Rezopolis 5


  • Rezopolis in Enter the Gecko is tied with Scream TV at being the largest world/levels in the game having 5 levels total. However in the bonus level The Spy Who Loved Himself, there are pictures of Rez in the bonus level so there would actually be 6 levels total.
  • Coincidentally, in Enter the Gecko, Rezopolis has the largest amount of music in the entire series with 5 different pieces of music, 7 if Channel Z was included.
  • Rezopolis has the shortest amount of missions out of all the worlds/levels with either 1 or 2 missions to complete. This is probably because the levels themselves are very huge, perhaps larger than any other level.
  • If you look carefully on the TVs in Rezopolis, particularly the ones in No Weddings And A Funeral and Bugged Out, the noise/static looks very similiar to the Liquid Rez in Rez's Lair.
  • The secret level "Mazed and Confused" is not included within the N64 version of the game.