Greatest Playstation 4 Exclusives Of This Generation Ever Made
Remember when the only words associated with ‘PS4 exclusives’ were Knack, Killzone: Shadow Fall and The Order: 1886?
Gravity Rush 2
Coming as a big screen sequel to a former PSP-only game, Gravity Rush 2 failed to catch on with the mainstream, despite having Breath of the Wild-esque cel-shading and one hell of a core mechanical hook.
See, main character Kat can bend and control gravity at will, allowing you to reverse or ‘aim’ it at whatever you like. Want to take off and fly up atop a skyscraper? Use your powers to float off the ground and you’re there in seconds. Likewise with traversing across the landscape, picking up and throwing enemies, or interacting with objects to fling at opponents.
Top that off with third-person brawler/Platinum Studios-esque combat, and once you’ve got the powers down, this is like some quasi-sequel to Midway’s Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy, letting you smash anything you can see into foes, whilst cleaning house through brilliantly punchy melee attacks.
The kind of game you can pick up for very cheap now, Gravity Rush 2 is destined to be ‘one of those games’ you’re always hearing about but never playing – so how about giving it a shot?