Gravity Rush 2 is out today on PS4. I had mixed feelings about the game in general, but I do like a lot of things about it and it’s definitely more fun once you get the hang of it.
Despite its infuriating control issues, awful stealth missions, interminable boss fights and half-baked sidequests, I cannot discount Gravity Rush 2’s mammoth ambition and abundance of otherworldly charm. If a game must be a mess, at least let it be this exuberant a mess.
Sony has also released a behind-the-scenes look at how it turned the world of Gravity Rush into reality.
Gravity Rush the Animation ~Overture~, a 17-minute short that seeks to tie the the original Vita game and upcoming sequel together, is now available on the PlayStation YouTube channel. We got a Japanese trailer for the one-off last week, but now you can watch the entire thing with English subs.
Between the Nier: Automata demo we played yesterday and this dizzying 20 minute slice of Gravity Rush 2, PlayStation 4 owners have some pretty amazing trying-before-buying to do over the holiday weekend.
To mark Gravity Rush 2's release, Japanese TV is showing a special Gravity Rush anime from Hideaki Anno’s Studio Khara. Dubbed Gravity Rush The Animation Overture, the trailer looks great.
Gravity Rush 2 comes to PS4 on December 2, Sony announced this morning on the PlayStation Blog. It sure is looking pretty.
Though I didn’t get a chance to play that newfangled Legend of Zelda that everyone was raving about, there was plenty to get excited about at E3.
Of all the games at this year’s E3, Gravity Rush 2 might be the one I’m most excited for.
Gravity Rush 2 is still looking great. I was remiss in not posting this trailer last night, and to be honest I halfway think Sony should’ve just spent their entire E3 press conference on this game. That’s just me, though.
The newest trailer for Gravity Rush 2 shows how new gravity styles will change up the way main character Kat attacks and moves around.
Kat is back. Gravity Daze returns to defy the laws of nature with Gravity Rush 2.