Gravity Rush Licensed Skins Available For Pre-Order

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If you are excited about Gravity Rush (Gravity Daze in Japan) and want your Playstation Vita to reflect that excitement, then Japanese console and handheld skin creator Dezaegg have two skins up for pre-order. Each are also a protective sheet for your touch screen and come with matching wallpapers. To access the wallpapers for your Vita, you have to download them from here and transfer your chosen wallpaper to your Vita.

The two screens will not see a release until March 1 for ¥1,480 (US$19.30/AU$17.90). If you are in Japan at the moment, then standard retailers will stock the two skins. For the rest of us (which will be most of us), then you have to order them from Dezaegg official site. Gravity Rush/Daze is out now in Japan and will be ready for launch in the West. You can check out the skins below.

Source: Andriasang

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