Can you feel that rumble? That's the rippling swell of anticipation for Gravity Rush 2 on PS4, coming off the back of its superb E3 showing.
The underappreciated action RPG makes the leap to the PS4 for its sequel (sorry PS Vita owners). Gravity Rush 2 gives Kat new gravity powers, significantly larger maps and three times as many missions as the first game.
Sony Interactive Entertainment has released the E3 2016 trailer and screenshots for Gravity Rush 2. Watch the Here Gravity Rush 2 Gameplay Trailer: Overview Experience the thrilling conclusion to Kat’s mind-bending adventures as she chases the mystery of her origin across a huge new open world. Wield an arsenal of hard-hitting gravity-based attacks in three...
From Mass Effect: Andromeda to Gravity Rush 2 to We Happy Few, there were enough games packed into the LA Convention Center to fill hundreds of articles. But as E3 2016 draws to a close, we want to take this opportunity to highlight the ten best games of the show.
Gravity Rush 2 is playable on Sony's booth, and Miguel recorded this video showing the whole demo.
Of all the games at this year’s E3, Gravity Rush 2 might be the one I’m most excited for. Read more...
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. Read more....
Gravity Rush was my favorite game of 2012. I listed the sequel among my most anticipated games of the year for three straight years. I waited in line for an hour and a half to play the PS4 remaster in Tokyo. Last night I complained about Sony leaving the newest trailer out of its otherwise-excellent press conference. Show More Summary
E3 is on a lot of folks' minds right now, and Sony has just held its press conference, where there was a stunning lack of Gravity Rush 2, despite the fact that a full trailer was ready and available for the taking. Well, thankfully irrational...Show More Summary
Releasing later this year, Gravity Rush 2 gets a new trailer from E3 showing more what it has in store.
Apparently. Watch the Gravity Rush 2 trailer Sony didn’t want you to see Here’s something Sony didn’t bother to show off during the PlayStation E3 2016 conference, probably because it was busy setting off nukes and cackling away to itself: a new trailer for PS4 exclusive Gravity Rush 2. Why wouldn’t you show this? Why […]
I'm not sure how Sony chose to pass up showing Gravity Rush 2 at E3 for anything other than Hideo Kojima walking down a spaceship ramp to show off a naked Norman Reedus, but I'll rectify that right now by making sure as many of you see it as possible. Look at this fucking shit. Show More Summary
With that, fans can expect an innovative game play when "Gravity Rush 2" releases.
It's not just Gravity Rush 2. IGN has (part one of!) another exclusive to end this week, this time the fabled The Last Guardian which is certainly, definitely coming out this year. It's hands-on with the first 45 minutes, mind, and doesn't...Show More Summary
It's easy to forget that Sony is still working on a sequel to Gravity Rush, which thankfully did not die a slow and gruesome death on the Vita, and was reborn on the PS4. And they seem proud of the project too, since it'll be shown at...Show More Summary
This sequel is looking to up the ante in every way.
It's for the best that I'm preoccupied with Dark Souls III (new game++ and the continued grind for Darkmoon items, here I come!) and testing my luck in Alienation's hardcore mode. Otherwise, I'd be inclined to stock up on a bunch of titles I don't really need from the Golden Week sale on PlayStation Network. Show More Summary
Here's a drinking promotion in Singapore that is worth talking about - from 8PM daily (Mondays to Sundays), enjoy 6 martinis at the Gravity Bar (located within the Carlton Hotel Singapore) for an unbeatable price of just S$50++.
No one told me Gravity Rush has a flaming windmill: I was expecting Gravity Rush Remastered to be a game about flying, walking on walls and kicking enemies in mid-air. I was even expecting a cat. But this windmill? No wonder Kirk and Evan like the game so much. A good addition to my PS4. Read more...
This might seem an odd thing to write, but Bluepoint Games is currently one of my favourite developers. You can bemoan the circumstances that this Austin, Texas remaster specialist is profiting from - the holes that, two years in, continue...Show More Summary