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Common Sense Media says

Quirky and fun gravity-shifting game has strong heroine.

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Kid, 9 years old June 18, 2012
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4
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LEARNING

GRAVITY RUSH

I Have played gravity rush from having my uncle Buying the game prior to the realease date. i think that it is very educational about gravity and has barely ANY violence exept for fighting but Has NO BLOOD. I recommend This game to ages 4 And up
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Teen, 17 years old Written byPlime March 20, 2014
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10
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LEARNING

Simple and Fun Game

This game is not very violent at all, in fact the main character just fights glorified goo! Some scenes might scare younger gamers (the sludge-monsters can be a bit intimidating) but other than that, I don't see why this is rated teen. Sure, Kat has some skimpy clothing, but other than that there is little to worry about with sexual themes. Additionally, the game is relatively easy to play, though the combat system can get a bit repetitive over time. This is a great open-world game about someone discovering who they are and also doing their best to help a city overcome a mysterious invasion of slightly-intimidating looking beasts. Kat is a very likeable character, and she actually provides some good messages to the audience about helping others.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models