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Puppeteer Launch Trailer - Buy It Now!

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Brendan Griffiths
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News
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Platform games, Platformers, PS3 games, Puppeteer, Sony Japan, Trailers

Puppeteer Launch Trailer - Buy It Now!

Rayman Legends may have been stealing all the limelight recently, but you really shouldn't let Sony's awesome platformer pass you by. Matt scored the game 8/10 this week. I've played through the game too and absolutely loved it. It's beautifully designed both technically and visually. Don't forget there's a killer co-op mode too, player two can control a flying character to help you find hidden items and remove obstacles for you. Check out some awesome footage in the launch trailer after the break.

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Gravity Rush Pre-Order | £25.00 | Asda Direct | Vita

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Carl Phillips
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Deals
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Action Games, PS Vita games, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Japan
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Gravity Rush Pre-Order | £25.00 | Asda Direct | Vita

This is certainly one pre-order deal to take note of. Asda have set this price for this one to £25, and in doing so are providing a saving of a fiver over the next best deal.

We here at Dealspwn are looking forward to the gravity-altering beat-em-up landing on our Vitas next month, as from what we have seen so far it looks to be appears to be providing us with an entertaing yet unconventional action adventure title. If you have any form of interest in this one, this pre-order deal is too good to pass up. Thanks to TanyaSpace @ HUKD!

Gravity Rush Hands-On Preview

Author:
Brendan Griffiths
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Reviews
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Gravity Rush, Hands-On Preview, Playstation Access, Playstation Vita, PS Vita, Sony, Sony Japan

Gravity Rush Hands-On Preview

This is one the first action beat em' up titles we've seen on the PS Vita and from this hands-on demo it's fair to say that it's one of the most visually appealing Vita games yet. Despite the demo being in English, there’s not much we can gleam about the story. There’s a mystical cat in a quaint town square, then monsters attack.

The aesthetic style is a hybrid of comic-book visuals and anime cell-shading. Storyboards illustrate some plot elements and you can move the Vita around to peak around the frames, providing a rather pleasing semi-3D effect. The gameplay seems to have been influenced by a wide range of sources as gamers will be able to spot elements of Bayonetta in the combat and the Spider-Man games in the way you utilise walls as traversable surfaces.

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