Gravity Rush trailer makes February 22 seem quite distant

Friday, 27th January 2012 07:32 GMT By Brenna Hillier

This gorgeous promo video for Gravity Rush, combining live action film with gameplay footage, is so beautiful that my credit card has developed sentience and called to place a Vita pre-order.

Gravity Rush – or Daze, as it’s known in Japan – will be available at launch on February 22, as a downloadable title. As you’ll see, the game’s central premise is the control of gravity. That and weeping quietly at the beauty of the world.



  1. Dannybuoy

    You know when you recognise a place in 2 seconds. That was filmed in Budapest. Awesome city. Awesome ad. I’ll be buyin

    #1 3 years ago
  2. KAP

    Same. Wasnt on my radar, but now is.

    That is all.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. polygem

    looking good indeed. wont buy a vita soon though. i would love to see more artdesign like this. i recently switched from 360 to wii only for the rest of this gen as a self experiment if you will. no online gaming. palying games toghether with my gf rather than with kids on the net. wii just arived a few days ago -zelda and mario are a blast to play. i´m omly 3 hours or so in skyward sword and i truly LOVE it already. this game is so beautiful. i can´t deny that i wish it would be in hd glory….but still- it moves me and looks awesome. i cannot recall another game this gen that moved me like that and i am only a few hours in yet. the gameplay is superb. could be nostalgia involved here too (i played OoT, Majoras Mask and Wind Waker back in the days) i missed that so much. must´ve been stupid not to buy a wii. it was on my radar long before it launched but i was disappointed when i first tried it out. now i regret that and highly recommend this machine – no shiny hd – but good ol gaming fun! since i actually didn´t want to post this here i copy/paste it to update the …old gamer topic on the forum …so back to topic: a game like this proves that you don´t need fotorealistic graphics to create a great game. i´d really like to see more stuff like this.

    #3 3 years ago

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