Those that fell – in multiple directions – for the original Gravity Rush did so in part for its soundtrack, and composer Kohei Tanaka has returned for the sequel. Tanaka works primarily in anime and film – Gravity Rush aside, his only videogame work has been on Alundra and the Sakura Wars series. As such there’s a dramatic, filmic quality to his work, and like its predecessor, Gravity Rush 2 is all the better for it. Inevitably, however, there’s a bum note: the piece that plays on an infinite loop in one of two major hub worlds, Jirga Para Lhao, is annoying enough at first. Ten hours later, once you’ve realised it sounds a little too much like We Wish You A Merry Christmas, you’ll be reaching for the mute button.