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Tearaway Is Not LittleBigPapercraft but It’s a Great Love Letter to Your Fingers | Kotaku

Kotaku: "Long before LittleBigPlanet became a household name among gamers, no one knew exactly what to make of Sackboy and his burlap buddies. In fact, you needn't look further than its earliest previews to discover the only thing anyone could really agree on is that is was as adorable as it was ambiguous. Tearaway, developer Media Molecule's latest difficult-to-describe entry, is similarly mysterious." (PS Vita, Tearaway)

PopRocks359  +   724d ago
I didn't need Kotaku to tell me this. This was already a highly anticipated Vita game for me. Seriously, the world is so amusingly colorful and rendered. What's not to like about it?
Killzoner99  +   724d ago
Only on Vita baby!!!
r21  +   724d ago
Ok, did something happen to Kotaku? They're actually doing in-depth game focused articles :O Liking this chanege :)
dafegamer  +   723d ago
yeah i noticed that too, they arent into sensationalism
lately :)

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