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Media Molecule's Tearaway hits PS Vita in October


Better hone your papercraft skills in the meantime

LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule's Tearaway is the kind of original property we love to see appear on PlayStation Vita. The studio has slapped an October 22, 2013 digital and retail release date on this papercraft action-adventure title. Europe gets the game a day later.

Alongside the announcement on the PlayStation Blog, there's a quick mention of the cover art, which will be reversible with one side dedicated to each main character. Pretty neat, I have to say. Are you feeling Tearaway? You should be, from the looks of it. Meanies need not apply.

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On Destructoid: Tearaway   (12)   From our game database:

  • Any excuse to talk about Tearaway is a great thing - Hamza CTZ Aziz
  • Last of Us wins most BAFTA awards, Tearaway gets some love - Steven Hansen
  • Media Molecule on the challenges of making Tearaway - Dale North
  • Tearaway's lovely soundtrack is on sale now - Steven Hansen
  • Grab Tearaway for $20 on Amazon - Conrad Zimmerman
  • Tearaway demo will launch alongside the game on Friday - Brett Zeidler
  • Review: Tearaway - Steven Hansen
  • There wouldn't be Tearaway without the Vita - Brett Zeidler
  • Here's a taste of the incredible music in Tearaway - Brett Zeidler
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