Submitted by Beatboxtaun 751d ago | opinion piece

E3 2013: Tearaway hands-on impressions

Tanya Valdez writes: While we know that Tearaway is developed by Media Molecule, when playing it, there is no doubt that it has the Media Molecule feel. The team's creativity flows into the world that is played out with a story book feel. The levels are made of various paper designs that are shredded, cut, rolled- you name it. Using two fingers on the front touch pad and sliding them apart will open up a new part of the world that resembles pulling tabs on a pop up book. (E3, PS Vita, Tearaway)

NumOnePS3FanBoy  +   750d ago
I had one question and would like for anyone to feel free to tweet it over to media molecule... When using the feature in the back touchpad from the psV and makes ones virtual fingers pop up in the game, will there be a settings option to change the fingers skin color? hehehe. I am going to tweet it over to MM. It would be a cool little addition so it can make the game a little bit more immersive

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