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Gravity Rush by Sony Computer Entertainment




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  • Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Suggestive Themes
  • Use of Alcohol
Gravity Rush is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 37.
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  • Platform: PS Vita
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

Manipulate gravity to save your world from destruction. Gain a new perspective as you take on the role of Kat, a strong-willed girl seeking the means to protect her future in a world that's crumbling to pieces. Tilt and move the PlayStation Vita, taking gravity into your own hands to deliver devastating attacks, uncover the secrets to your past and explore a mysterious world.

  • Experience beautiful cel-shaded graphics brought to life through OLED technology, delivering crisp and vivid colors.
  • Use the motion sensor to control gravity, slide through environments and dodge enemy attacks.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing game I absolutely love this game it's worth the buy and the dlc packs are Awsum
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Didn't realise how cool this would be Gravity rush is a breath of fresh air when it comes to original games and the true console experience on portable consoles... Its fantastic! The open world really makes this game pop and the setting and gravity effects do so as well... I really like gravity rush, and for any PS Vita owner out there that has $15, get this game, its awesome! The only bad things about this game is it's very first starting intro, the graphics aren't as good as they could be, and the thumbstick sensitivity was awkward at times (you can change it in the settings). But other than that, absolutely fantastic game!
Date published: 2016-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for anyone. To start off, I am a Call of Duty, Battlefield, Madden, NBA type of gamer. But this game really struck me. This was amazing. I am not all the way through, and I usually don't do ratings, but this game deserves one. I hope there is a sequel. The story is beautiful. You will fall in love with the main character and find that she is very relatable to you in many ways probably. Great game. Job well done!
Date published: 2014-02-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, but very fustrating Gameplay After playing Little Big Planet PS Vita, AC III Liberation, Uncharted Golden Abyss, and the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection repeatedly. I wanted to play something fresh and new. After reading reviews for Gravity Rush I went out and bought it. Gravity Rush is overall excellent only some things keep it from greatness. The Story is very interesting and complex, but may leave some players with some unanswered questions. The Graphics were very different than the realistic look of modern games, the graphics were almost like a painting. The lasting appeal is not great, all that's left for you to do is side missions, wandering around and DLC there is no replay from what I saw. The Gameplay is good, but it becomes frustrating like when I try to hit my target with kicks (which are your main moves) and they move and I miss so I have to fly up and try again. Overall, Gravity Rush is good, but the Gameplay and Lasting appeal are not its strong factors.
Date published: 2013-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sniff Sniff... No multiplayer? It is all fantastic. The best par-core game ever, in my opinion. But then, there is no multiplayer. I don't understand. Everything else in the entire game is amazing. But think, a par-core online war (heh, the rhyme) would be absolutely fantastic. But, if you don't care about multiplayer, GET IT GET IT GET IT! This was my second PS Vita game, my first being Wipeout 2048, the failiure of a racing game, and then this was the game to seal the deal that I had gotten a good system after all. Graphics were amazing for a ~5 inch handheld. Sound was best I have ever heard on a handheld as well, and it was a pretty cool game too. Long storyline, but with a great single player game, it is never long enough.
Date published: 2013-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great game. So use to it a great game ... for a portable games system. This game is a great game. Period. The game has great game play and the aspect of the game put a new view on how to look at obstacles and the fighting well just seem a little hard to play but get the hang of it and it gets some what easy. the game not about the graphics more the story line and game play. Which is good cause so many games are about the graphics.
Date published: 2013-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Game, Mechanics Can Be Clunky I've herd nothing but great things about this game. Reviews seemed solid. So I gave it a try. The story is pretty cool, I really enjoyed it. The graphics were pretty awesome, no let down there. The idea of the gravity was really cool too. My only complaint was that the targeting system was pretty bad, often time, I would find myself flying past the enemies, or the camera got stuck and I could not see. This actually happens a bunch, and can be really annoying. The gravity system is cool but could use work, my camera angle often got messed up and sometimes I couldn't tell if I was going up or down. For these reason I gave it an 8 in total. Otherwise it's an amazing game, you won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2013-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Feel the Rush! I recently bought a PS Vita and Gravity Rush was the first game I played and completed and I am happy to say that I picked a pretty darn good one! This game was a charming and beautiful adventure that I didn’t want to stop playing! That being said it was far from perfect and could have done with a little more work. The story revolves around a girl with mysterious powers who somehow ends up in a world she knows nothing about and sets out to save it from the seemingly constant stream of problems while toying with the forces of gravity and time. What makes this game unique is the fact that you control gravity and have to use it to solve puzzles, fight enemies, and quickly get around the worlds. There are also extra challenges which are a nice diversion as well and random conversations which help you get a handle on all the extraneous details of the story. The best things about this game are the graphics, music, storytelling aspects, and its very unique and imaginative world that was quite a bit bigger than you might expect from a handheld game! The game is just plain gorgeous, basically a work of art you get to play around in. The tunes are delightful and catchy and they never really got old. I was surprised how much I enjoyed the Japanese anime style of story telling and the comic book-esc dialogues. Someone who likes to watch a lot of anime TV shows and movies will find familiar territory. The universe it exists in is big and you go to a handful of different places as you follow the story of Kat and Dusty. It is free-roam which is always nice. The gravity powers also work very well and are fluid once you get used to them. The things that made me give this game a less than perfect score are few, but I felt they were kind of serious. While the game is free-roam, there is very little reason to explore everything. Challenges and conversations are marked on your map so you can just fly there. There are gems lying about to collect (the equivalent to XP in this game), but you seem to get more than enough just playing the game normally, so you don’t really need to go out of your way to grab them. As a result there is a big beautiful world you have very little reason to explore completely. I also had a love-hate relationship with the story. There was just too much mystery and too many questions left unanswered and the ending was way too abrupt. I feel like they may have done this on purpose to allow for a sequel easily (which I would probably get.) Also, the levelling up system is a bit broken. There are really only 4 things that are necessary to level up at all, the rest really don’t matter all that much unless you are trying for gold medals on all the challenges. The controls can get a bit frustrating as well, esspecially if you are just a casual gamer, but can be gotten used to with a little time. Overall I think this was a good game that could have been better. I would love to see a sequel, and I also think a fully-fledged console game would make it even better. I would recommend this game to anyone looking for a game that displays the power of the Vita well. Happy Gaming.
Date published: 2013-04-10
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