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Gravity Rush holiday card by Kyle Fewell ⊟
So happy to have an excuse to post some Gravity Rush/Kat art here. This is one of several holiday cards Attract Mode will be selling at the Bit Bazaar Winter Market, a “unique celebration of the art and craft of indie games, web comics, and good food,” going down at Toronto’s Bento Miso this Saturday. Why does everything awesome only happen in NYC, California, and Toronto?
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Gravity Rush holiday card by Kyle Fewell ⊟

So happy to have an excuse to post some Gravity Rush/Kat art here. This is one of several holiday cards Attract Mode will be selling at the Bit Bazaar Winter Market, a “unique celebration of the art and craft of indie games, web comics, and good food,” going down at Toronto’s Bento Miso this Saturday. Why does everything awesome only happen in NYC, California, and Toronto?

BUY Gravity Rush, upcoming games, our holiday gift guide
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More Gravity Rush teased ⊟

I don’t know if this is a sequel, or a spinoff, or, like, an anime, or a series of lenticular trading cards, but Japan Studio’s Team Gravity is teasing some kind of Gravity Rush thing and I’m READY.

If you have a Vita and haven’t played this yet, get it! Get PS Plus and download it for free!

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Gravity Rush for $20
I imagine most PS Vita owners with an interest in buying the system’s best games already have a copy of this, but here’s a half-price sale just in case you still need this one.
A few other cheap handheld games you can grab right now:
Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D (Amazon link in sidebar) - $25.68
Shinobi - $11.49
Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir - $10.70
Street Fighter X Tekken (PS Vita) - $24.99
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (PS Vita) - $19.99
Oh, and you can read a little more about Gravity Rush and other games we chose as our favorite 2012 releases here.
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Gravity Rush for $20

I imagine most PS Vita owners with an interest in buying the system’s best games already have a copy of this, but here’s a half-price sale just in case you still need this one.

A few other cheap handheld games you can grab right now:

Oh, and you can read a little more about Gravity Rush and other games we chose as our favorite 2012 releases here.

IMAGE VIA Jonidan
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Since it’s pretty much required by law that you need to have Gravity Rush if you own a PS Vita, why not just get the game for free when you buy the system? Amazon is running this deal for its WiFi and WiFi/3G models, and is throwing in a bonus screen protector for good measure.

[Via @Wario64, Image via Wait8]

There were some other things happening today that a) kept me too busy to update TC reliably and b) pushed this down the page on Joystiq, so in the interest of sharing some Vita coverage with you all before it disappears into obscurity, here is the review I wrote for Gravity Rush.

I’ve been playing Gravity Rush in every free moment for the last week or so; not just because I had to get the review done, but because it’s super fun. Here’s a small quote:

Since you spend so much time just traveling from thing to thing in games, especially open-world ones, I’m surprised more attention isn’t paid to making that fun. By putting so much joy in the navigation of the world, Gravity Rush shares space in my mind with standouts like Batman: Arkham City and Jet Set Radio.

That’s the biggest draw to this game: it’s just so delightful to fling yourself around using the ability to dynamically alter gravity, that it makes getting to a mission just as much fun as doing the mission.

It’s neat to have something to play on Vita again!

Buy: PS Vita, Preorder: Gravity Rush (June 12)
See also: More PS Vita coverage