Gravity Rush, the PS Vita system-seller turned PS4 remaster, has ditched the handheld realm altogether for a new, current-gen sequel. Gravity Rush 2 has similarly abandoned a questionable DualShock 4 control scheme, upped its map sizes and, basically, beefed itself up

Gravity Rush is a game that quite a few Vita gamers are likely to be familiar with, given its extended tenure as one of PlayStation Plus’ free games between November 2012 and June 2014. Developed by the Project Siren team

We’re in a bit of a lull in this post-holiday period, but there are still some decent games on the horizon. Here’s what’s on offer this coming month*: Gravity Rush Remastered Wednesday, 3 February 2016 PS4 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja

At the Tokyo Game Show, Sony confirmed Gravity Rush 2 for PS4. While not much is known about sequel, it was also confirmed that the Vita original is being remastered for the PS4 as well. Bluepoint Games, the team behind Uncharted: The Nathan

NeoGAF users have sniffed out that Gravity Rush Remaster has been rated by the Korean ratings board for PS4. The beautiful Vita original was released back in 2012, and despite many rumours of a sequel nothing had come to pass

Review: Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush is the latest title from SCE Japan Studio and was tipped by many to be the Vita’s first “system seller” title. Unfortunately it falls short of realising that potential, however the end result is a very enjoyable experience