Sony's announced (via GAME (opens in new tab)) that it'll be releasing a demo version of its highly-anticipated Vita actioner, Gravity Rush, at the end of May. The innovative-looking platformer, a new project by Silent Hill and Siren creator Keiichiro Toyama, will be confounding Newtonian physics on European Vitas come May 30, which means a US version can't be far off either: the game releases in the US one day before its European launch, after all.
The Gravity Rush release date for North America (opens in new tab) is June 12, and we're looking forward to seeing how the title fares with consumers. An early showcase of the Vita's capabilities, we've shown you some of the game's offerings in a Gravity Rush preview (opens in new tab) and Gravity Rush GR gameplay demo (opens in new tab): rest assured, your own chance to preview the game's unorthodox take on platform adventuring can't be far off. While you wait, may we suggest turning your television upside down and trying to master some of your existing platform games? Sure, Gravity Rush will almost certainly be a lot more fun, but you have to take what you can get.