Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush

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Gravity Rush, known in Japan as Gravity Daze, is an action-adventure video game developed by Project Siren & SIE Japan Studios and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment.


Gravity Rush is an action-adventure, open-world video game that features gameplay that allows players to manipulate and control gravity. Kat, the main playable character, can has the ability to change gravity at her will, allowing her to walk on walls and "Fall" through the air. Using the Motion Sensors or Analog Stick, the player can shift gravity in any direction they want to fall towards.

As players progress through the game, they unlock new gravity controls. leveling up through collecting gems and completing side quests and challenges. There is a large emphasis on using physical attacks and other special abilities to defeat enemies.[1][2]


In Gravity Rush, the protagonist Kat, an amnesiac with the power to control gravity, uses her powers to help the people of Hekseville against the mysterious Nevi, defending its people against human threats and uncovering the mystery behind her past.[1]


Gravity Rush started off back in 2008 as a PlayStation 3 project called Gravité before being transferred to the PlayStation Vita. Directed by Keiichiro Toyama, previously known for creating the survival horror series Silent Hill and Siren, the core mechanic of the game is the player's ability to manipulate gravity to facilitate their navigation of the levels in the game. The graphics are cel-shaded, which in Toyama's opinion stand out from the western photo-realistic trend. Voice acting is limited, and the characters speak in a language heavily influenced by French.[2]


Gravity Rush

The first game was released on The PlayStation Vita on February 9th, 2012 in Japan, on June 12th in the United States and June 15th in Europe.

Three years later, on December 10th, 2015, Sony & Bluepoint Games released a high-definition remaster for PlayStation 4 titled Gravity Rush: Remastered, developed in Japan. Two Months later, in February 2016, the game was released in the U.S. In addition to generally upgrading the title for the new console, it included all DLC released for the Vita version.

Gravity Rush 2

On January 18th, 2017, a sequel, Gravity Rush 2 was released.

Other Media

Gravity Days is a comic series that was used in the promotion of Gravity Rush. It was a fifth part special each containing two to five comic pages, showing Kat's everyday life in Hekseville. [5]

COMIC GRAVITY DAYS 02012 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

Gravity Rush: The Animation – Overture is a two-part original video animation based on Gravity Rush and Gravity Rush 2, developed by Studio Khara, best know for their work on Rebuild of Evangelion series. It consists of two short episodes that bridged the gap between Gravity Rush and Gravity Rush 2.[4]

A manga adaptation by Kutsugaeru and is Published by Kadokawa. This Adaptation covers the sequel and is serialized in a monthly Comic Alive magazine.[6]

PlayStation, 4専用ソフトGRAVITY DAZE 2のコミカライズ コミックアライブ9月号(7/27R売)より連載スタート! くつがえる 2017 zery Interactvo Entertairment na 原作·著作·監修株式会社ソニー·インタラクティブエンタテインメント


Across both games, Gravity Rush has received generally positive reviews from critics for game's setting, open-world gameplay, story, art style & characters.

Weekly Famitsu gave the highest score of 38/40 for both installments[7][8], while making Gravity Rush the most highest rated PlayStation Vita game. meanwhile in the U.S., Gravity Rush and Gravity Rush 2 "generally favorable" reviews on Metacritic,[9][10][11] GameRankings[12][13][14] and OpenCritic.[15][16]

By August 2012, Gravity Rush had sold more than 200,000 units worldwide[17] while Gravity Rush 2 sold more than 100,000 copies in Japan by February 2017.[18]

Online Presence

The series has gained a fanbase. As of June 28th, 2018, the game has official Instagram account[23] with over 1,086 followers[23] and a subreddit[19] with over 2,288 Subscribers. Tumblr [20], Deviantart [21] and Pixiv [22] has spawn plenty of fanarts, as shown below:

Gravity Rush has been played by notable Lets Players such as Super Best Friends. While The Best Friends only played the first hour of the game, Liam (as RISING SUPER STREAM) has played the entire game from completion.

Search Interest

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in reply to Elf Monster

Uraraka’s Quirk makes objects and people weightless, hence the name of her Quirk: “Zero Gravity” and only by touching them, and has limits including a maximum weight of 3 tons and can’t lift herself or she’ll feel nauseas and throw up.
Kat’s powers allows her to basically control gravity in any way she wants, including shifting the gravity in any direction to travel by falling, making objects have zero gravity, and create gravitational hurricanes and black holes, all without making contact with what she wants gravity to affect. Her only weakness is she has to be near her gravity cat, Dusty to use her powers, or she’ll be powerless.
While both their abilities centre around the theme of gravity, Kat is far superior with the wide variety of abilities she has and the lack of weaknesses while Uraraka has only one key power but is weighed down by a crippling weakness. But there is one thing they do excel at that both are equal at:
Both are best girls! <3


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