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Alright, I need this Gravity Rush figure in my life

2:15 PM on 05.12.2014

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

Kat-astic

I don't like stuff. Maybe living lean is a product of smaller San Francisco living arrangements, maybe it's a product of semi-frequent moves, but I don't like to own a lot of things. Figures have almost always fallen into this category. Even if they're real neat, I rarely have a desire to own them, save for a lovely Persona 3 Mitsuru figure I once considered.

But my well-documented love for Gravity Rush love is getting the better of me, because I really do want this awesome Kat figure. It katptures movement so well, I can see myself gravity rushing out to buy it. Of course, there isn't even an easy way for me to buy the game's soundtrack, so maybe intrepid importers want to advise on how to go about this should I consider it. It appears to be releasing in September -- hopefully after more Gravity Rush 2 information -- for about $95. There's a limited edition white one, too, if you're into that.

[フィギュア]「GRAVITY DAZE/重力的眩暈:上層への帰還において、彼女の内宇宙に生じた摂動」より「グラビティ・キトゥン」が



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