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Submitted by Chimpanzee 1034d ago | interview

Talking Tearaway with Media Molecule

Media Molecule Co-founder and Technical Director, Dave Smith, talks about their upcoming PS Vita game, Tearaway and about the studio's transition away from LittleBigPlanet. (Little Big Planet Karting, LittleBigPlanet, LittleBigPlanet 2, Media Molecule, PS Vita, PS3, Tearaway)

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R_aVe_N  +   1034d ago
There is not doubt in my mind that this game will be great. MM has not let me down so far as far as new ways to play games.
Freak of Nature  +   1034d ago
Yes they are the real deal. I wish more studios would be "brave" enough or sure enough of there talent/skills to create special games with style and creativity...

LBP karting and Tearaway are on my must have lists. The LBP series is special and I expect more of the same from LBPK and Tearaway.

Then what I want even more so is that new and as they put it even more ambitious new IP they are currently working on...Cannot wait to see this. Also wondering if they will hand over the reins to Tarsier for LBP3 down the road, my bet is "Yes", with MM giving input as they go of course...

Long live MM...
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HebrewHammer  +   1034d ago
You know what my question is though?

What if the person playing the game isn't white, and use the back touch panel only to see a giant white finger pop out of the screen.

Has anybody else thought about how this will work? lol
THC CELL  +   1034d ago
U take pictures of ya fingers. They have markers on the cam where u place ya fingers and it takes a shot of them.
HebrewHammer  +   1034d ago
COOL! So I could use my dingle instead?
Chimpanzee  +   1034d ago
LOL. Unfortunately, I don't think you actually take a picture of your finger (or other appendage) - you just select a skin tone.
miyamoto  +   1034d ago
URQG or Unique & Right Quality Games are piling up for the Vita slowly but surely.

Where are my unique Naughty Dog, Polyphony Digital, Sucker Punch, Japan Studios, FromSoftware, Guerilla Games, Insomniac Games games Sony?

We need premium quality games on PS Vita too not just PS3.
smashcrashbash  +   1034d ago
I think they have a very good idea going here. What is more interactive then influencing a world that is being held in your own hands? This is the type of thinking developers should be doing when faced with using a system's functions instead of just shoving in he functionally to justify using it.That being said someone needs to make a whole new Okami game using the VITA's functions.I can see using the back screen to cause earthquakes beneath the enemy's feet or cause the land to shift around and of cause the front screen for using the brush strokes.
Cam977  +   1034d ago
I need to buy this on top of my already large to buy list!
TheLastGuardian  +   1034d ago
I'll buy any Media Molecule game because they created LBP, one of my favorite game series. I can't wait for LBP Karting, LBP2 cross-controller DLC and Tearaway!

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