The lights are on
The Gravity Rush series has a number of things going for it (the gravity-bending powers, the chaotic fighting, the beautiful vistas), but the first game has issues giving you enough ways to user your cool powers. Gravity Rush 2 improves on that original game in a number of smart ways, but can't manage to do its wonderful powers justice. You can read more about why in our review.
But with as great as it looks and as visual as its gameplay is, you need to see it in action to really get a feel for what it's like. Kyle Hilliard and I sat down to show off how the game improves on the original, some of the cool social aspects of the game, and demonstrate some of the weirder quests and environments the game has to offer.
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