No Gravity: The Plague of Mind just released last week in North America and it will hit the PSN today in Europe. Little is known about this homebrew-turned-commercial space shooter, but Joystiq is here to shed some light on Realtech-VR's latest as they go hands-on with the title. So strap your boots to the ground, they're going into No Gravity.
The overall feeling one gets from No Gravity is laced with modesty. Its a simple game, one where its homebrew roots are clearly evident. Its production values may not be as high as the Triple-A, big-name studio titles, but it does do a pretty good job at putting out a worthy shooter. The game may lack FMVs and the story is told through stills, but the controls are smooth and easy to pick up.