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Tearaway hands-on: Media Molecule turns trash into a PlayStation Vita treasure | Polygon

Michael McWhertor writes: Tearaway's style and gameplay concepts show exciting promise. The paper world is fully realized, even in animated cut scenes that look and behave like children's pop-up books. Combined with the puzzle-platform expertise of Media Molecule's game designers, Tearaway is one of the major reasons to be excited about the PlayStation Vita's forthcoming library. (PS Vita, Tearaway)

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