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Guardian - Tearaway – hands-on preview

Mirroring the fact that games of every conceivable stripe exist, so do developers with every imaginable type of collective character. Guildford-based Media Molecule exists at the cuddliest, most approachable end of the developer spectrum, generally seeming to hover above what can be a hard-nosed, cynical scene.

It made its reputation on the back of two iterations of the irresistibly endearing, yet wildly innovative, LittleBigPlanet, and at last at Gamescom it was ready to unveil a new intellectual property. (PS Vita, Tearaway)

GribbleGrunger  +   1128d ago
MM are geniuses, there is no question. I have absolutely no doubt that Tearaway will deliver (get it?)
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GribbleGrunger  +   1127d ago
Did I really put 'get it?' in parenthesis... Jees
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3-4-5  +   1127d ago
I like the Art style.

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