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Already available Gravity Rush: The Animation-Overture, the anime that connects the original and its sequel

A week ago published a trailer, and today we have already available for viewing in streaming (here above, for example, is subtitled into Spanish) Gravity Rush: The Animation – Overture, anime which serves as a bridge between the first game and its sequel, published January 18, 2017.

The film, of little less than 20 minutes, is responsibility of Studio Khara, the company’s animation that founded in 2006 Hideaki Anno, creator of Evangelion. Is divided in two parts, that above is presented together (although there is a court that indicates the step to the “face B”) and that at least in Japan will come included in the Blu-ray of the game; We are trying to know what will happen in Europe, and will update this news when we know more.

Ago little is published a demo of Gravity Rush 2, that is can download in the Store of PlayStation and on which Pep wrote in September, when left in Japan, as a result of this of the Tokyo Game Show. Then he asserted his magnetism, that virtue which makes it «quite hypnotic» as for, to finally seize control, do it with a smile on your face:

Sounds to stupid until it tests: the good roll is something quite defining in Gravity Rush. By the appeal of its visuals, the carefree your tone and the innocent of its protagonist, the willingness of the player is reversed: Gravity Rush 2, as above, like until proven otherwise. If others try to convince you with their mechanical and its narrative, this you have from the beginning and then already we will see if you lost along the way. Surely not.

This sequel is published directly in PlayStation 4, since the first debut in Vita, back in 2012, and it was relaunched in the table at the beginning of 2016 (end of 2015 if we think in Japan).

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