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Submitted by kragg 1138d ago | review

Splitkick - Gravity Rush Review

Splitkick: There was a time when Japan was a haven for fresh new ideas, a place where developers were less inclined to “exploit” franchises or pump out yearly releases. Unfortunately, that reputation has faded amidst Western outsourcing, the panic of poor global sales of Japanese games, and attempts to imitate Epic’s cover shooters. It might be because of this that Gravity Rush feels so freshly Japanese, as it makes none of the same mistakes. The important thing is that it’s a really, really good game. (Gravity Rush, PS Vita) 8/10

dboyman  +   1137d ago
Really enjoy this game
Scatigno  +   1137d ago
Gravity Rush aka Flying Past Shit
Ultr  +   1137d ago
such a great game, also EVERY dlc was worth the money, total enjoyment

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