Gravity Rush Has New Japanese Trailer

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The promotional train has begun for Gravity Rush in Japan (where the game will be called Gravity Daze) with a pretty well-put two minute trailer. In this commercial, a young girl decides to kill the time playing Gravity Rush on the Playstation Vita. As she resumes gameplay (all she does is swipe the screen and she’s back) and activates Kat’s manipulation of gravity, apples from a passing woman ascend to the sky. As the girl gets into the game, using the gyroscope to move Kat, he world around her starts to move around. The trailer also shows off some exciting gameplay footage.

This was part of a promotional package that was sent to Japanese media outlets. 4Gamer took a picture of the box and it included the trailer and also an actual apple, which you can see above. Gravity Rush will be available on the Playstation Vita on the 9th of February in Japan and at launch (22nd/23rd February) for the West.

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