Sony's made a couple of bizarre decisions regarding the PlayStation Vita's release in Europe
Top of the charts is the platform holder's decision to not offer a 32GB memory stick at launch, with the highest capacity card being the 16GB. While frustrating, we can forgive Sony for saving us money. Less forgivable is the platform holder's decision to relegate Sony Japan's super-promising Gravity Rush..
Sony and Team Siren's achingly gorgeous PlayStation Vita exclusive, Gravity Daze (or Gravity Rush elsewhere), has been given a firm release date of February 9th in Japan
The retail version of the game will ship with a comic, illustrations and other extras for ¥5,980. It'll be available as a download for ¥4,900. Whether the game makes it out in time for the PlayStation Vita's Western release (on..
For many, Team Siren's Gravity Rush is looking like the must-have PlayStation Vita game
The super-stylised gravity-driven platform game not only promises to take advantage of the Vita's multitude of input devices, but its bold cel-shaded art-style also looks custom built to showcase the system's OLED screen. In a batch of new screenshots, Sony's shown off an enormous new futuristic industrial..
You're going to have bear with us while we decide on a universal name for Gravity Rush (also known as Gravity Daze in other regions)
Perhaps we're making more of a to-do out of this issue than it deserves, but regional naming conventions really are the very bane of our existence. Shakes fist. We'll forgive Gravity Rush that minor irritation, as the game looks phenomenal. Sony's exclusive..
Looks like Team Siren's Gravity Daze has gone through a name-change in Europe
The aerobic-based PlayStation Vita exclusive is irritatingly book-ended by the name Gravity Rush in its official GamesCom trailer. Perhaps we're being petty, but we can't stand it when games have different names across multiple regions. Given that this website gets an equal share of traffic from Europe and North America,..
Sony and Team Siren's whacked up a new trailer for the cel-shaded action-adventure title, Gravity Daze
While the soundtrack used in the trailer doesn't necessarily fit the game's aesthetic, we're going to assume that's placeholder. It's the visual style that's most intriguing. Check the trailer out on the game's official Japanese website through here.
Despite being announced alongside the PlayStation Vita at its original unveiling in January, the cel-shaded action title Gravity Daze has been shrouded in mystery
However, an update on Sony's official PlayStation website has revealed a little more about the intriguing title. The game is in development at Sony's Team Siren studio, the group synonymous for the Siren games on PS2 and PS3. The game has..
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories proved to me that survival horror benefits from motion control better than most other genres
The game placed you in a particularly threat-free world; opting instead to create tension through interaction and atmosphere. Simply moving your flashlight across the game's eerily dark setting was enough to place you in the...