Needing some time to play something alone, I decided to go with a free PS+ game. Most of my PS Vita games are actually free ones or ones that I didn’t pay that much for because I feel like I shouldn’t have to spend so much money on games for my PS Vita like I did for my PS3 and PS4. Anyway, that’s beside the point. The next free game up for the PS Vita at that time was Gravity Rush. It looked OK from what I had seen, but I figured what the hell, I would give this game a try since I’m really not one to play this genre of game. You know the deal though, if it’s in this blog it means I never finished it so keep reading to find out why.
Gravity Rush is about a girl named Kat. Kat, as you can probably guess from the title can control gravity. Not gravity for everyone, that would be insane, but just the gravity for herself. This means she can walk on walls, float, jump really high, and do a bunch of other weird stuff. Anyway, the player has no background knowledge of Kat and her pet cat Dusty as you navigate through Hekesville and go on various different quests.
No matter how hard I tried, I just could not get into this game. I don’t know why, but I just couldn’t do it. It might have been the fact that some games are just meant to be played on the PS Vita while some aren’t and I kind of feel like this shouldn’t have been a PS Vita game. The only reason it was a PS Vita game was because it utilized the functionality of the PS Vita. I ended up playing this game for a couple of chapters before ditching it and going back to my PS3.
As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get a total of 5 out of the possible 64 trophies for this game. To be fair though, the total of 64 trophies is because of DLC, the base game only has 40 trophies. I’m not saying that getting 5 trophies for a game that has 40 base trophies is a good thing, but it just helps a bit. Anyway, I’m missing a bunch of different trophies like for completing the game and finishing all the chapters, to doing random things, and doing some challenges. Let’s just say I’m missing a lot when it comes to this game.
Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.
I in no way want to ever play this game again. I’ve been told by so many people how great this game is and all of that other stuff, but I just don’t want to play it. It’s not for me and I wouldn’t even play the remastered version so this will just have to stay on my profile as one of those unfinished games.
Now it’s your turn. Love this game? Hate it? Never finish it? Let me know down in the comments section below and for next week a game that I was really excited to play. I had pre-ordered it after playing the original game, which I actually played really late, so I didn’t have to wait as long as everyone else did to play this game. The game I’m referring to is BioShock Infinite and next week I’ll let you know why I never finished it.