Gravity Rush Now Available In Australia

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The Playstation Vita has a new title in its library. Gravity Rush is now available at all Australian retailers carrying Playstation Vita titles as well as the Playstation Store for those who prefer a digital copy of the game. It follows the release of the game in North America and Europe, also this week. Japan received the game in February under the title of Gravity Daze.

Developed by Japan Studio, the player controls Kat, a mysterious woman with no recollection of her past. She stumbles upon a cat who gives her the power to manipulate gravity. With this power, Kat is forced into battle with strange creatures who arrive in a gravity storm. The game uses touch controls and the gyroscope alongside physical controls. You can expect Capsule Computers to give our thoughts of the game in our review. In the meantime, check out some screenshots and the box art below.

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