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Submitted by Cloudberry 504d ago | review

Tearaway Review | SHOCK2

Florian Scherz writes "Tearaway has a little used to come with me so right in the aisles, but the further I progressed in the game, the harder it was for me to put the Vita out of hand."

"But this is also the fact that one needs a little to classify the game properly - Tearaway is not just a platformer (at the beginning, you can not even jump), but simply a colorful, interesting and varied gameplay."

"Yes, the title is definitely not perfect and certainly not the must-have title for each of Vita-owners, but it is a strong sign of life on the Sony handheld and for some well finally a reason to the device in the collection have."

"At the end, however, a small personal tip: As you turn your faces often you will see in the game ensures that you also looks the way you want to see yourself - as I've played the game mainly because of illness in bed, I was my face often reminded "finally switching the thing off and go to sleep ..."" (PS Vita, Tearaway) 9/10

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