One of the few flagship first-party Vita games, Gravity Rush is an ambitious open-world action adventure inspired by the art of Moebius and the Franco-Belgian comic tradition.
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Gravity Rush: Introduction and History - Gravity Rush is that rare thing: a flagship first-party title for the PlayStation Vita. Where did it come from, and why did it sell so poorly, despite being so fondly regarded?
Gravity Rush: The Franco-Belgian Tradition, via Japan - One of the most distinctive aspects of Gravity Rush is its visual aesthetic. Turns out it had some very specific influences from the Franco-Belgian comic book tradition.
Gravity Rush: A Hero is Born - The first Gravity Rush introduced us to young heroine Kat, as she started to come to terms with who she was, what her powers were and why she had apparently been gifted with them.
Gravity Rush 2: Bigger, Better, Bolder - In making the jump from Vita to the more powerful PlayStation 4, Gravity Rush 2 scaled up its scope and ambition considerably... but still passed by many people unnoticed. Don't sleep on it!
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The One-Liner Challenge - Time for a Community tag post! This one looked like a particularly fun one, and after the lovely Irina from I Drink and Watch Anime specifically requested me to do one about games, who was I to refuse? The original tag came from The Awkward Book Blogger and was based around, as you might expect, … Continue reading The One-Liner Challenge
The MoeGamer Awards: The Second Chance Award - The MoeGamer Awards are a series of made-up prizes that give me an excuse to celebrate games, concepts and communities I’ve particularly appreciated over the course of 2017. Find out more and suggest some categories here! Today’s award is pretty simple: it reflects a game I gave a second chance to, and ended up being extremely … Continue reading The MoeGamer Awards: The Second Chance Award
Waifu Wednesday: Kat - Gravity Rush and its sequel are both great games, for sure, but they just wouldn’t be the same without the presence of their heroine Kat. While the simple act of floating around exploring the weird, wonderful Moebius-inspired worlds is a joyful experience in itself, to do it accompanied by a protagonist who is such a … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Kat