Gravity Rush Review (PS Vita)

15 November 2012
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Welcome to another Let’s Talk video with Meg! This time a Gravity Rush review of the PlayStation Vita game.

Directed and written by the minds behind survival horror gems Silent Hill and Forbidden Siren, comes a unique change of pace in the form of Gravity Rush, a soaring, action role playing game and PSVita exclusive.

Take a look at my Gravity Rush review!

Gravity Rush is a worthy addition to the ever-expanding library of Vita exclusives.

FUN FACTOR FINAL SCORE: 9 out of 10!

Though the story was a bit flat and predictable the inspired gameplay lifted — pun intended — the game to new heights with a unique anti-gravity mechanic, some solid role-playing elements and open world feel.

The cell-shaded visuals are clean and bright, and act as a vibrant backdrop to the moving, comic-strip-style cut scenes.

The musical score doesn’t disappoint and is, what I consider, to be an integral part of the Gravity Rush experience. It is also unforgettable – the best kind of video game soundtrack!

CONCLUSION: Gravity Rush is one of the reasons the PSVita is such a great console to own and I would highly recommend this game to anyone/everyone!

Check out the Gravity Rush ‘Touching a New World’ Trailer!

So what did you think of Gravity Rush? Were you impressed by its gameplay and musical score? Perhaps (unlike me) the story and characters were your favorite aspect? Do you own a Vita, or do you consider it a waste of money? Please feel free to leave your own comments and opinions in the section below!

Remember! This is my personal opinion; the only way you can determine what you’ll make of a game is to play it for yourself. Is Gravity Rush right up your alley as a gamer? Then try it out!

Side note — the track playing in this video is from the Official Gravity Rush Soundtrack and belongs to the respective owner/s.

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Meg Smith By Meg Smith: An avid gamer with a two year degree in Video Games Art and Design, she lives to broaden her gaming horizons and loves any game that captures the imagination or tries something new. Read her posts here and connect with her on Twitter, Facebook and at Google+.


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