In Focus has a really fantastic photo piece on the old community of Oak Ridge, Tennessee which at one point during WWII was the secret home base of the development of the atomic bomb. The infamous Manhattan Project was located here and the folks who lived here were…
Gravity Rush is a PlayStation Vita exclusive open world action RPG directed by Keiichiro Toyama and written by Naoko Sato - both known for their work on Siren and the first Silent Hill. It’s like Hayao Miyazaki, Solatorobo, inFAMOUS, and Crackdown had a baby. It’s also by far the best looking and most innovative game on the Vita and one of the best games of the year.
Gorgeous art direction, level design, and character designs bursting with charm and personality.
Intriguing story filled with a memorable cast of characters that are sure to spawn countless works of fanart, cosplay, tattoos, etc.
Massive open world that you’ll want to explore even after the credits roll.
Some of the later levels are beautifully trippy and have a clever puzzle element to them. They’re so awesome that you’ll probably wish more of the game was like this.
Combat is often clunky.
Whack load times.
Abrupt ending that doesn’t really sum anything up.