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Tearaway Unfolded Review

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Platforms: PlayStation 4

Tearaway Unfolded is a re-imagining of Tearaway, a 2013 release for the PlayStation Vita. While Tearaway was well received, the Vita isn’t the most popular of consoles. With Tearaway Unfolded, enough has changed that it’s close to being a whole new game. If you’ve played the original Tearaway, it’s worth it to give this one a try.

If you haven’t played Tearaway yet, now is the time to start. Read More

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5 Reasons Why You Don’t Like Video Games

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This one is for you non-gamers in the audience, all you readers who came to learn about gaming for the sake of someone else, but who don’t consider video games to be your thing. Reader, I respect the cupcakes out of you, and I applaud your effort to learn about a hobby that you don’t fully understand. Seriously, that’s really awesome of you. Read More

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Cute of the Day: Tearaway Concept Art

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The team behind Tearaway just posted a new piece of the game’s concept art —the main character sleeping in a tent under a cloudy sky.

Tearaway came out back in November, but the team is still revealing new pieces of the creative process behind the game. Rex Crowle, the Creative Lead behind Tearaway, says the concept art represents the papery feel of the Tearaway world. “One of my favourite things is how the clouds seem to be casting a shadow on the sky—which gives it a very theatrical feel,” he wrote of Men Lu’s concept scene. “Its a representation of a sky, rather than a real sky!”

tearaway concept art

There are also a couple of adorable pictures of the team’s original concepts for main characters Iota and Atoi.

Tearaway was one of our favorite games this year (on the PS Vita), and it’s awesome to see how it grew from a sketch into a full-fledged paper world. Check out the rest of their concept art on Flickr.

All art is owned by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and can be found on Media Molecule’s Flickr.