Sony’s commercial for Tearaway’s re-release on PlayStation 4 is the best.
When the Vita game Tearaway came out in November of 2013, it was hard not to feel bad for the little guy. Here was this charming, idiosyncratic game, released exclusively on a stumbling handheld console in the same month as the PS4 and Xbox One were hogging all the limelight. Poor Tearaway!
Tearaway, the unsung hero of the PlayStation Vita, is finally making its way to the PlayStation 4, Sony just revealed during its Gamescom press conference. Given how weird some of the Vita-specific features in Media Molecule's game are, however, the studio was hesitant to call it a "port" or "HD remake."
Rex Crowle and Christophe Villedieu don't say the kinds of things most of the video game developers I've ever spoken to say. For example, when they're feeling down they... go to Twitter to see what people have to say about their game.
Tearaway, I write in today's New York Times, is a system-defining game for the PlayStation Vita. It's as perfect for Vita as Super Mario 64 was for the N64 and Brain Age was for the DS.
A retailer in the UK has accidentally sent some customers a free PlayStation Vita. And is now resorting to some heavy methods in an attempt to get them back.
Rise and shine Mr. Freeman! Your Tearaway remake probably wouldn't survive City 17, but at least it's cute! Tearaway's character editing tool comes in handy if you want to remake yourself or any video game character, which is of course always irresistible.
Should you play Tearaway or The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds? Why not both? TDZDaily.com's video game editor Derrick Dover used Tearaway's character editing tools to bring two of the year's best portable games together as one. I'd play the heck out of The Legend of Tearaway: Iota's Awakening.
It’s happening, everyone. I think there's finally a game you really do need a PlayStation Vita to play and a Vita game you’re really going to need to play—at least judging by the first couple of hours I’ve played of this stunning game.
Tearaway, the lovely paperized platformer for PlayStation Vita, has been bumped back from an October release date to November 22.
Tearaway—the super-cute papercraft game being made by the creators of LittleBigPlanet—will be coming out on October 22nd for PS Vita.
Long before LittleBigPlanet became a household name among gamers, no one knew exactly what to make of Sackboy and his burlap buddies. In fact, you needn't look further than its earliest previews to discover the only thing anyone could really agree on is that is was as adorable as it was ambiguous. Tearaway,…
Shortly after announcing their new paper-centric game Tearaway, Media Molecule's Alex Evans and Rex Crowle demonstrated the game onstage at Gamescom.