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Media Molecule's first title since their departure from the Little Big Planet series adds a very interesting and unique touch to the PlayStation Vita's somewhat limited library of games. Utilising the back touchpad on the handheld device, Tearaway allows you to "tear into" the scenery with your fingers, allowing you to use your god-like powers to help your new messenger friend, iota or atoi, complete their very special delivery.

To help us see just what Media Molecule has to offer with their very unique looking title is paper tearing specialist Gameboffin, who finds that Tearway is definitely a nice addition to the growing PlayStation Vita library.
Tearaway feels like a launch title created specifically to show off a new platform’s abilities. It’s both a show- and play-piece that draws you into the adventure by association. No two players will ever see the same designs for certain parts.
Check out his full Tearaway review for more.

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