Tearaway Review | The New York Times

Some music is made for violin and unimaginable for trumpet. Other pieces are best on piano, worst on drums.

Some video games are also like this, designed particularly for a particular instrument.

An oddity called Tearaway, recently released by the British studio Media Molecule, is one such game.

It enjoys the fortune and suffers the misfortune of being perfect for the unorthodox and not very popular hand-held PlayStation Vita.

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