The early 2017 PS4-exclusive Gravity Rush 2 is discounted down to $40 right now at Best Buy and digitally on the PlayStation Store. …Read More The post Gravity Rush 2 Gets Discounted to $40 at Retail and PlayStation Store by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Six months after launch, Sony has dropped the price of Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4 to £34.99/$39.99 USD/$49.99 CAD. The new price is live on the PlayStation Store, and is beginning to go live at several retailers. If you want to try Gravity Rush 2 before buying it, a free demo is available on the PlayStation Store. Other free digital content includes the NieR: Automata Costume Pack, Dark Angel Costume, PSO2 Collaboration Pack, and story DLC The Ark of Time – Raven’s Choice, which features Kat’s partner, Raven. If you’re new to the series, you can pick up Gravity Rush Remastered on PS4 for $29.99 USD. In our review of Gravity Rush 2, we said, “Gravity Rush 2 lacks quite a bit in the story department, even with the side missions, but the improved combat and series-unique exploration make it difficult to put the game down.” Other PS4 game price drops on the PlayStation Store within the last few days include: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens to $19.99 USD, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Deluxe Edition to $29.99 USD, LEGO City Undercover to $49.99 USD, and Mortal Kombat XL to $29.99 USD. Will you be getting Gravity Rush 2 now that it’s $40? [Source: PlayStation Store via Wario64, PSPrices] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
You can now dress Kat from Gravity Rush 2 up like 2B from Nier: Automata. You can now dress Kat from Gravity Rush 2 up like 2B from Nier: Automata. Visor and no-visor variants of 2B’s fashionable outfit are available as a free download from the PlayStation Store. Unfortunately, no corresponding outfit to make Raven look like 9S. Kotaku Editor-at-Large READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
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January 10, 2017 Written by Jason Dunning [embedded content] Now that the review embargo has lifted on Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4 (our review), tons of gameplay videos have been uploaded. You’ll find one from us featuring over 13 minutes of gameplay above, and one from Eurogamer showcasing 90 minutes of Chapter 2 footage below: [embedded content] Additionally, PlayStation Access detailed the map from top to bottom, GameSpot offered up a boss fight, and Push Square took a look at the Prologue: [embedded content] [embedded content] [embedded content] On Twitter, Sony Japan’s Yasuhiro Kitao revealed that “Gravity Rush 2 will support 4K on the PS4 Pro.” However, “it won’t support 60fps.” The Gravity Rush 2 demo is now available to download through the PlayStation Store. The game itself launches next week on January 18 in Europe and January 20 in North America. Will you be getting Gravity Rush 2 next week? [Source: Yasuhiro Kitao (Twitter) via Reddit] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Gravity Rush was one of the premier PlayStation Vita exclusives and happened to be rather groundbreaking for the time. The next chapter in Kat’s story is here, and it sadly will not drop on to the Vita. The series has gravitated toward the PS4, and it fits on the big screen quite well. The screen-size isn’t the only element to Gravity Rush 2 that was enlarged; the game maps, side missions, and overall scope grew as well. With so much packed in to this sequel, the developer risks overcompensating for any past issues. Then again, devs are often damned if they don’t change enough or damned if they change too much. Question is, however, with all of these adjustments, does Gravity Rush 2 soar to the sky or plummet like a rock? New People to Save, Same Gravity Problems Kat may have saved Hekseville from their plight during the gravity storms, but these storms aren’t done with Kat and her friends yet. A gravity storm sucks up Kat, Syd, Dusty, and Raven and deposits them on the other side of the world. Kat and Syd wake up in Banga, a floating mining village. If they want to stay with the miners, READ…
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. Advertisement Gravity Rush 2 is an open-world superhero game that tells the tale of Kat, a mysterious woman who fell from the sky at the start of 2012’s Gravity Rush. Kat is a “shifter,” a powerful being with the ability to manipulate gravity. With the press of a button, you can reorient her personal gravitational pull, which means she can fall up, down, or sideways. She can use her personal gravity field to hurl debris at her enemies, stand on walls and launch a flying side-kick from about a hundred yards. She’s also a cheery dope with a taste for junk food and a near pathological eagerness to please. At the start of the first game, Kat found herself in the floating city of Hekseville with no memory of who she was or how she got there. By that game’s conclusion, Kat had risen to prominence as READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Despite production “proceeding smoothly,” Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today that Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4 has been delayed to January 18, 2017 in Europe and January 20, 2017 in North America. Since giving the previous November/December 2016 launch date earlier this year, “the landscape for that release date has changed dramatically,” with titles like Final Fantasy XV, The Last Guardian, Steep, and more crowding up the holiday schedule. As a result, Sony has decided to delay Gravity Rush 2 to 2017, with Game Director Keiichiro Toyama explaining: In July, we announced a release date for Gravity Rush 2 that we felt most appropriate for the title. Since then, though production is proceeding smoothly, the landscape for that release date has changed dramatically. Gravity Rush 2 is the conclusion of Kat’s journey, so we want players to have enough time to dive deep into her story. In addition, as a lot of work went into online features that allow for asynchronous player interaction, we want as many people as possible playing the title at the same time. Thus, after careful deliberation, we have decided to change the release date. Gravity Rush 2 will now launch on January 20, 2017. After apologizing for making players wait longer…
Gravity Rush 2 has been delayed to January 18. As a “sorry everyone”, some story DLC that was going to be paid is now going to be released for free. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
[embedded content] In the aftermath of EGX 2016 a new and extended gameplay demo has emerged for Gravity Rush 2, the mind-bending sequel in the works at Sony Japan Studio and Project Siren. Hailing from PlayStation Access, the 11-minute snippet comes hand-in-hand with news of the game’s ESRB rating, confirming that Gravity Rush 2 will be rated T for Teen when it touches down for PS4 come December. Citing “blood, fantasy violence, mild suggestive themes, partial nudity, and use of alcohol,” you can find a comprehensive overview of the ESRB’s reasoning below. “This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of a woman (Kat) searching for the origins to her gravity powers. From a third-person perspective, players explore environments, perform missions, and battle enemies using melee attacks and perspective shifts. Players mostly punch and kick enemies while flying through the air; some enemies use machine guns or knives to attack civilians or other warriors. One cutscene depicts a man stabbing another in the back; a credit sequence shows images of a man impaled on a spike with blood on his clothes and mouth. In a handful of scenes, a fantastical character is depicted partially nude (no nipples…