Sony To Conduct A Gravity Rush Music Showcase

Sony RPG PS Vita News Action

On the 14th of May at 8:50pm Tokyo time, Sony Computer Entertainment will be holding a session based on the music of Gravity Rush (Gravity Daze in Japan), the anticipated new IP coming out on the Playstation Vita. Director Keiichiro Toyama and sound lead Kouhei Tanaka will be the hosts of the session, with a live orchestrated performance of selected music tracks by Tanaka. The session will be broadcasted live on Japanese video website Nico Nico Douga, which you can find here.

Gravity Rush follows Kat, a young woman with amnesia and the ability to manipulate gravity. She must protect the town of Hekseville after the appearance of a gravity storm and monsters, who threaten the town. Gravity Rush will be available in North American and European markets this June. It has already been released in Japan.

Source: Andriasang

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