Gravity Rush 2

Over twice the size of the original and answering all its unanswered questions, Gravity Rush 2 is a spectacular follow-up to one of the Vita’s best games.


Developer: Sony Japan Studio
Publisher: Sony
Available on: PS4


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Gravity Rush: Introduction and History - Gravity Rush is an interesting series. Originally intended as something of a flagship title for Sony’s Vita handheld, its first installment was well-received but passed a lot of people by. Fortunately, it managed to get a second chance at success thanks to an enhanced port for PlayStation 4 by Bluepoint Games, the company previously responsible … Continue reading Gravity Rush: Introduction and History
Gravity Rush: The Franco-Belgian Tradition, via Japan - One of the most distinctive aspects of the Gravity Rush series is its aesthetic. As we noted last time, director Keiichiro Toyama’s desire was to create a game that, while still recognisably Japanese, incorporated elements from other locales in order to create something that, in theory, would be universally appealing across the world. The Western … Continue reading Gravity Rush: The Franco-Belgian Tradition, via Japan
Gravity Rush: A Hero is Born - The original Gravity Rush was an important release for Sony’s Vita handheld: it was a high-profile, first-party release, which the system has not, to date, seen all that many of, and is unlikely to see any more. It was positively received at the time of its original release by press and public alike, but Sony’s … Continue reading Gravity Rush: A Hero is Born
Gravity Rush 2: Bigger, Better, Bolder - In making the jump from the handheld PlayStation Vita to the much more powerful PlayStation 4, Gravity Rush 2 ups the ante from the original considerably in terms of scale, scope and ambition. While the first game, in some ways, felt somewhat like a proof of concept — admittedly an enormously enjoyable, playable and compelling … Continue reading Gravity Rush 2: Bigger, Better, Bolder

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