Gravity Rush 2 is an action/adventure game developed by SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren. It puts you in control of Kat, a girl who can control gravity, and her friend Raven, who is a shifter. The game stresses immersion; you're able to interact with the people around you, destroy the environment, and do nearly everything you're able to think of.
Pro Gravity control makes for some interesting gameplay
Gravity Rush 2 puts you in control of a character that can control gravity, allowing you to change the direction of it. Flip the gravity upside down, you're falling into the sky now. Flip it sideways, you're zooming horizontally over the city roofs. It might take some while to get used to, but the freedom of movement makes the game really fun.
Pro The combat is just awesome
The combat in Gravity Rush 2 is so much fun. Your character is well-versed in martial arts, but what makes it unique is that she incorporates her gravity powers in them. This allows you to float around enemies, kicking and punching them from all sides. You can also use your gravity powers to throw various objects such as trash cans or lampposts at enemies. Even though it plays very simple as a whole, the various enemies, mini-bosses, and bosses each require a slightly different approach in battling them, allowing the combat to stay exciting right until the ending credits.
Con The stealth missions are a pain
Gravity Rush 2 occasionally has stealth missions, which aren't any fun at all. If you get spotted even once you have to start over. This wouldn't be so bad if the game had any stealth mechanics at all. You're just stuck using your gravity powers and regular movement, hoping the enemies won't spot you, which makes it feel tacked on and unpleasant.