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Beneath the paper world of ‘Tearaway’ lies Media Molecule’s creative heart | Digital Trends

Digital Trends: "Media Molecule delivered a very different sort of game interwove into the 2D platforming fabric of LittleBigPlanet. The simplest synopsis is 'user-generated content-driven platformer-slash-game engine,' though the underlying design supports a more base philosophy: play through creativity. It’s an approach that is now one step closer to becoming a proper studio identity for the UK-based developer thanks to Tearaway, an upcoming PlayStation Vita platformer built around the high-concept pitch of a 'buddy' adventure that casts you, the player, in one of the two starring roles." (PS Vita, Tearaway)

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