Ok SPOILERS again!!!
So I was closer to the end than I thought and have finished the game, though I missed a few of those ghostly conversations which is annoying cause I was always curious what they were going to say. I think I had six more of the conversations, and I missed out on giving the letter back to the girl who lost it which was sad to cause I didn't get to see what happened with that! Oh well
Anyway, it seems like the game may be setting itself up for a sequel cause it left a lot of questions un-answered. I'm getting the impression that Kat is a queen of some sort of a castle up in the sky? But then at the end it went on about dreams again and peoples roles in those dreams, and the children in the arc is a big myster, how they truly got down to that village, who was in the village before the children and why they are asleep and where the arc went after Kat got separated and how the creator was able to call on it to help.
The end seemed to just open up more questions. So I'd love to hear thoughts and theories about it, and I very much hope they are making another game that will explore more of these strange worlds, though I hope it won't have so many annoyingly long boss missions with time limits that are just frustrating, not really difficult but frustrating.
But I found the end came quite suddenly and I wasn't prepared for it and it really feels like something is missing, so hopefully that something missing is another gravity rush thats in the works. I'm glad I bought it during the sale where I got Gravity Rush for free and a Vita starter pack, I was wanting to wait to get the white Vita thats coming but I don't want to play portable assasins creed at all since I preffer console games on home consoles, so even though no white Vita I got the best deal for myself.
If they don't make a Gravity Rush 2 then i would be VERY surprised, This series was the only reason i have a vita truth be told and i would be a little dissapointed if they didn't let me see the second tower and the world around it... also i want to be able to buy a house and furniture (idea)