Gravity Rush Demo Coming Next Month

Sony are holding a nice afternoon thing for GAME today, and the official Twitter has been posting out the details as they go along.  Although there’s been nothing earth shattering yet, they have just confirmed that Europe will get a demo for upcoming Vita game Gravity Rush next month, on the 30th of May, via the PSN Store.

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Presumably the demo is from the same section that the Japanese demo was from back in December of last year, but we’ll let you know if we get any more details through.

You can read Blair’s impressions of Gravity Rush over here – he said it has potential to be “an excellent title for Vita” and “providing the game’s core mechanic doesn’t get too repetitive in an extended session, this should be a brilliant game.”

The game will be available on both Cartridge and download.

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21 Comments

  1. Awesome. This game looks fantastic.

  2. the game is amazing played the demo during the days Sony did those events before vita launched.

    • Can’t believe I’m admitting this but only just realised that your surname is most likely not Made. I’m ashamed of myself.

    • lol random.

  3. Great news, although I’ll probably skip the demo because I’ve already deceided on buying the game and I don’t want to spoil anything.

    • Yeah, me too. I’m glad to hear it will be available on cartridge aswell, and not just download.

  4. I’m really looking forward to this game.

  5. I can’t wait for the game, but if this is the same demo as on the Hong Kong Store, then it’s painfully short and limited. (Hopefully they’ll give us an expanded one)

  6. The demo shows just enough I think but I am glad they are releasing physical copies now as I believe they originally said it would be download only

  7. Will no doubt be my next Vita title. Been playing the Vita a heck of a lot more than I thought I would too which makes my purchase feel more justified… unlike my gamechair :(

  8. Oh wow. I thought it was something like Gravity Crash.

    • Also, Cartridge sounds very old-school, like.

      • I like it. Love cartridges, so I approve as I’ve been using that name instead of game-cards aswell, sounds better. And it’s the same type of tech, just modern. :-)

  9. want this game so bad.. Damn you June!!!!!

  10. This looks pretty awesome!

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