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Today developer Saber Interactive, most known for TimeShift, announced INVERSION, a new shooter that features “a revolutionary gravity manipulation engine.”

Currently in development for the PS3 and Xbox 360, INVERSION promises gravity bending co-op action. According to publisher Namco Bandai, gamers can expect the physics filled fun to arrive in 2010.

To find out more about this new third-person shooter, read on.

Players will be armed with a gravity-manipulating weapon dubbed the Grappler, which has players “maneuvering massive objects as shields or projectiles, and moving camped enemies out of concealed cover.” Namco Bandai also stated that INVERSION will support Havok Destruction tech, which allows for “massively destructible environments including an elaborate cover system.”


  1. Didn’t they come out with this game already? It was called Half-Life 2.

  2. avatar shazb0t

    No, Half-Life 2 had a gravity gun.

    Inversion has you actually flipping around in zero-g (like the sequence in Crysis), getting flipped on to walls and ceilings (play Portal to get used to the perspective change), and fighting across planes of gravity (you’re on a ceiling, baddies are on the wall outside).

    Very different games. Plus, this is in 3rd-person.

    Trust me, I *just* read a preview in Playstation Magazine, it’s still fresh in my mind.

  3. avatar shazb0t

    And why the heck is my avatar the dude from FF? Yuck.

  4. avatar lululz

    The gravity gun didn’t make HL2 a great game. It was just a gimmick.

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