The Playstation Vita has had a bit of a hard time since release, but there’s a few gems that make the handheld a dream to play. Gravity Rush was one of those titles and news that production for the sequel is pushing for a 2014 release for fans.
Using the Vita’s special functions, Gravity Rush was controlled though a complex sounding, yet simplistic control scheme, allowing you to move around using the tilt features.
Somewhat of a mix between action and RPG gaming, Gravity Rush brought a cool new way to play the genre and amassed some high scoring reviews in the process.
For the sequel, it looks like fans will be able to get their hands on it sometime in the coming year as creative director, Keiichiro Toyama had this to say:
“The team is preparing and the systems are being put in place for the next title, and things are going smoothly. 2014 seems to be a year that will be dedicated to production in earnest, but I’ll work hard to meet everyone’s expectations.”
So, for all you anime obsessed, cat loving, Project Siren fans, it won’t be too long to wait for your next fix.