On Gravity Rush

On Gravity Rush

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Commentary, featured, Vita | 0 comments

Sony was selling certain games for less than a dollar over the weekend, one of which was a Vita title called Gravity Rush. I’ve read good things about it so it was an instant purchase for me. It’s been occupying most of my waking hours for the past week.

Gravity Rush is an action platformer for the PlayStation Vita. You play as Kat, a girl with a mysterious past who has the power to shift gravity. She can cancel gravity to float in mid-air, then anchor it to another point, allowing her to “fall” to it. It’s like flying except she’s not going against gravity; she’s controlling it.

I also appreciate the nuances in how her “flight” is animated. Sometimes she’s falling head first with her limbs stretched downward to mimic free falling in natural gravity. Then there are times when she’s falling like someone yanked her backwards from the waist. It conveys that while Kat has control over gravity, it is still a force that she succumbs to.

You know what it reminded me of? Lashing in Brandon Sanderson’s Stormlight Archive. Similar to how Kaladin learns his powers in the series, Kat learns hers and masters them. And with the recent announcement that the game will be released on the PS4, I can’t wait to see her debut on the big screen. I guess that’s another post for another day.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Nightmare Guide

Dragon Age: Inquisition Nightmare Guide

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in featured, Guides, PC, PS4 |

The goal of this guide is to make Nightmare difficulty cheap and easy for you. This isn’t about going full-on hardcore mode with friendly fire enabled. We’re going to be using cheesy tactics in order to roflstomp our way through Nightmare.

Step One

Get to level 8. Here are build suggestions to help you get there.

Warrior: Grappling Chain + Upgrade, Mighty Blow + Upgrade. Pull your target away from the main group, knock them down, hit ‘em while they’re on the ground for bonus damage. If you let your party members focus fire on your target, it should be dead before it can even get up.

Rogue: Explosive Shot + Upgrade, Long Shot, Full Draw. Leaping Shot is situational and is not that useful during the early levels. If you’re using it to create distance then Stealth is a better and cheaper option.

Mage: Immolate + Upgrade, Fire Mine + Upgrade. Work on getting both skills first before upgrading them. Let Solas take care of barriers and crowd control.

You can also unlock Val Royeaux and buy the tier 2 weapon schematic for your class from the schematics vendor. This will allow you to craft a more powerful weapon.

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