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Submitted by tiffac008 532d ago | review

Tearaway Review: Vita's Cut-Price Christmas Cracker | Dealspwn

Dealspwn: You've never seen or heard anything like Tearaway.

Media Molecule's Vita exclusive resembles stop-motion origami, an impossible papercraft world existing right behind your Vita's touchscreen. Everything is made from arts and crafts materials, from the curly cardboard trees to the bizarre inhabitants, all grooving to the beat of toe-tapping folk reels, horns and accordions. It's crisply-folded and scored, so real and vibrant that you could reach in and touch it. Which is really rather the point. (PS Vita, Tearaway) 8/10

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