Tearaway is the latest action-packed adventure from Media Molecule, the award-winning creators of the best-selling LittleBigPlanet series.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HamilFlynch from A must own for Wes Anderson Fans I really enjoyed playing this game. It felt like I was sent back to summer camp when I was growing up. Really fun game mechanics to help you through various puzzles and defeat enemies. It has great replay value because you unlock certain actions later in the game that you need to unlock prizes in earlier levels. The story and soundtrack is terrific, It feels like if Wes Anderson(LifeAquatic,MoonriseKingdom,FantasticMr.Fox) made a video game this is it. I highly recommend this game to any PsVita owner.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nocturna from A Truly Immersive Experience I picked up this game recently on the cheap, and after playing for a while, I thought to myself.......why did I not pick this game up sooner?? If you have a Vita you NEED to pick up this game - even more so now that the price has dropped. This game uses every possible input on the Vita and takes advantage of it to the fullest extent. The papercraft environment is really well done and looks like it was all cut out of construction paper. You see yourself as the sun in the game - just like the Teletubbies baby, so you can smile down benevolently on the land below, and use the controls every which way to get your character where you want to be. You can also customize your character, take pictures, and just have oodles of creative fun. This I would say will strike a chord with casual gamers both young and old, or for anyone who just wants a break from the usual cascade of dark, shoot-em-up, cookie-cutter games. This is a nice breath of fresh air!
Date published: 2016-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by snafu999 from Justifies a Vita purchase It's games like this that make having a portable worth it. Casual and fun while not requiring your entire day investment to get somewhere. Loved every minute of it, other vita developers should take notes from Media Molecule dev
Date published: 2014-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ironhide07 from Really good game! This game is the most fun game of all time. I play it all the time. I like that the character can switch from a boy to girl. Really good game. I would buy it. I would recommend it to anyone who asks about this game. Awesome!!!!!
Date published: 2014-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jbuz from so much fun i love playing this game. it's so much fun. The game changes a lot so game doesn't get doll. I like how character get new weapons.
Date published: 2013-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by JIG2000 from Mm's new project is AMAZING After years of playing Little Big Planet, I heard that Mm was coming out with a new project Tearaway. I was so stoked that I pre-ordered it in August and the game makes the wait worth it. The Story of the game is simple, but they tell it in such a dynamic way and it is very immersive and makes YOU one of the main characters. The Gameplay was very impressive like as if I were interacting with the game myself like if I were to use the rear touchscreen in some areas you'll see a giant finger appear. The gameplay incorporated every aspect of the Vita's features. The Graphics were great, but got a little misty at times and it looked better in this sequence than the other sequence. The Lasting Appeal is not like LBP were you spend hours and hours trying to get one little object. In Tearaway you can either explore, get more paper craft plans, or find more presents and there is no online play which disappoints me. Overall, Tearaway is a MUST BUY for Vita players everything in there is truly breathtaking, and this is one of the Vita's signature games.
Date published: 2013-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by LeDFlor from Best Game ever This is super fun, creative and enjoyable. Ya the game is a little short but its worth it. best desition ever.
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by LeDFlor from Best Game ever This is the best game in the vita, it may be a little short but its worth it, best desition i have ever made.
Date published: 2013-11-27