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Jonathan Higgins posted a article in SonyIt“s certainly not going to be a slow news week. The folks at Sony got the ball rolling right away at their SCEJA Press Conference with the dual announcement of Gravity Rush Remastered and Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4. Little is known about the sequel, beyond the fact that it“s confirmed for Japan in 2016. But Gravity Rush Remastered has been confirmed for the west, with a release date of February 9th, 2016 (February 10th in Europe). Here are trailers for both games, one in English, one in Japanese: Regarding Gravity Rush Remastered: all of the original DLC packs that came alongside the first release of the game will be included within the PlayStation 4 remaster. That“s the Spy Pack, Maid Pack, and Military Pack, for those keeping track. No word on if the United States or Europe will get the nifty collector“s edition coming to Japan on December 10th, but I“ll keep you all updated. Will you be playing Gravity Rush on PlayStation 4? Are you excited to finally see the sequel, even if it“s not on the Vita? Be sure to let us know!
Did you miss your chance at obtaining a PS Vita during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday rush? Sony's here to help in this case by releasing a brand new bundle. Sure, they've also released a smattering of other bundles recently with Assassin's Creed III: Liberation and Black Ops: Declassified, but there's always room for more choice. For example, what if you don't want the measly month to PS Plus subscriptions that come with those? What if you want an entire year? Then this is your bundle. Their latest bundle comes with a 3G Vita (the more expensive of the two models), a 4GB memory card, one year membership to PS Plus, and a voucher for the game Unit 13. It is being sold for $300, which is of course cheaper than it would be to buy all these things new and separately. What if you already have a subscription to PS Plus? The time included with this bundle can simply be added onto your existing membership. Also prominently displayed on the bundle's box are the Instant Game Collection titles currently available on Vita. Of course, with only the included 4GB card you won't be able to download them all. Just Uncharted: Golden Abyss will take the card to near capacity. Either way, it is a nice start for those wanting a Vita. If you're interested in the bundle just make sure to buy your own memory card if you wish to make full use of PS Plus.