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Submitted by -Mezzo- 766d ago | article

GDC 2013: Media Molecule on Tearaway’s troublesome gestation, and the role of the producer

EDGE - Media Molecule producer Siobhan Reddy has revealed that Tearaway struggled through several iterations and was initially conceived as taking place in a fully procedural, GPS-supported gameworld. (GDC 2013, Media Molecule, PS Vita, Tearaway)

sherimae2413  +   766d ago
well go ahead MM, take your time and make this game what you have expected to be and ill be waiting, till the day it finally reaches my vita ^_^
r21  +   766d ago
Man, bubs up for your positive vita attitude :D Viva la vita!
sherimae2413  +   766d ago
yeah, viva la vita! ^_^
stuntman_mike  +   766d ago
Living la vita loca...i'll get my coat. :(
dafegamer  +   766d ago
This game will be the Vita Goty :) Mark my words guys
mayberry  +   766d ago
Most anticipated game for me. I absolutely loved the LBP games. MM will surely. Not disappoint if given enough time.
dafegamer  +   766d ago
MM is one of the best Devs this generation. This game will be AAA quality no doubt

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