Bend gravity to your will and chase down another platinum trophy with these hints from the PlayStation Community.
Free-flowing and very topsy-turvy, Gravity Rush is one of the most stylish adventures on PlayStation Vita – and it's available to download at no extra cost to PlayStation Plus members until 17 July 2013. It provides a truly dizzying platinum trophy hunt, so find your centre of gravity with these expert tips from the PlayStation Community.
"A wonderful game, I fell completely in love with it. My advice? Play the game to enjoy the story and explore its boundaries. Almost all the trophies are linked to the story, so the more you explore the town of Hekseville and upgrade Kat – the heroine – the higher your trophy count becomes." (Magiia, Italy)
"The idea of the mysterious couple in the 'Lost in Time and Space' trophy is great: a scientist's experiment goes wrong and sends his wife into another dimension. The couple pop up once in each area, usually in a far-flung corner or quiet, secluded spot. Find and listen to them whenever you enter a new area to hear the whole tale." (gameshero46, France)
"The most difficult trophy for me was 'Burning Game Hunter', set in a giant fiery arena. You must dodge this rare, angry Nevi's attacks, yet you must be careful not to let Kat glide into the walls, otherwise you'll burn her. It's a good idea to upgrade the Gravity Kick skill to gain the upper hand – or foot." (ShadowhunterrX, Netherlands)
"Gravity Rush is one of the most beautiful gaming experiences of the last year and I enjoyed playing it to get the platinum trophy. I can only recommend that everyone try to enjoy the game fully even if some of the challenges cannot be mastered straight away. It might even be better to leave the challenges until you have completed the game, as by that point Kat will be at the peak of her skills." (ENIX87, Germany)
"Awesome game, it's really well designed and a perfect fit for PS Vita. The art style, music and sense of speed and movement are amazing. One thing I really like about the trophies, and it's not necessarily related to chasing the platinum trophy, is how the trophy icons in each PlayStation Store add-on pack combine to make up an image of a special costume, if you scroll from top to bottom." (CassyChan, UK)
"I really enjoyed the 'All That Glitters' trophy, which asks you to achieve a gold medal in every challenge. It's a nice idea that makes you want to revisit the game to beat both your own best scores and those of your PlayStation Network friends. It's a good idea to download the three add-ons – the Spy Pack, Maid Pack and Special Forces Pack – which each come with two new challenges. These are quite a bit trickier than the challenges from the main game. Luckily, you can also bump up Kat's powers in each new pack to give you a better chance of landing the 'All That Glitters' trophy." (Alaruusi, Finland)
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