When it comes down to overlooked action-adventure titles from the early 10’s one of the few games that instantly comes to mind is developed by Japan Studio and published Sony Computer Entertainment. Gravity Rush was a game that was released 2012 and had a unique look which consisted of cel-shaded graphics along with a beautiful open world environment. Gravity Rush was initially released for the PlayStation Vita back in ’12 before being remastered for the PlayStation 4 back in late 2015-early 2016. The plot for Gravity Rush involved fighting against corruption in society with the main villain D’nelica trying to create an oppressive military state within the fiction city of Hekseville. Despite, Gravity Rush not being a massive commercial success following its release its one of Sony’s most impressive action-adventure titles to have emerged from the 2010’s along with its sequel Gravity Rush 2 from 2017. Seeing the original Gravity Rush game remastered in 4K HD would be amazing but there are not too many casuals who are familiar with the series itself. In fact, many people are still waiting for a potential Gravity Rush 3 game for the PlayStation 5. It seems unlikely that Sony would remaster the original Gravity Rush title for the PS5 knowing that it was a commercial failure in terms of sales. But if Gravity Rush had been released for the PS3 opposed to the PlayStation Vita back in 2012 it could been a different story.