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Submitted by Jeremy24 736d ago | review

Tearaway review | CheatMasters

Avoiderdragon: The PlayStation Vita has taken a hit as the lesser handheld compared to the 3DS due to the latter’s more extensive game library. But the Vita is now slowly gaining some ground, especially with Nintendo’s recent financial woes. However, it’s also because of the features that help it become a bit like the Nintendo Wii U Gamepad, as well as a significant handheld platform on its own, with games such as Tearaway. If the Vita library is to be populated by games like this, then its future should be secure. (PS Vita, Tearaway) 8.5/10

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