New Tearaway gets unfolded for the PlayStation 4

2 min read
10

OMG SO CUTE

I have a huge crush on Media Molecule, the awesome studio who brought us LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway. Both franchises are wildly imaginative, making use of wool, cotton, and paper to bring their worlds to life.  I haven’t had the opportunity to play the latter yet, but it’s a title that has been on my PS Vita radar for a long time now. I guess I really should get around to it sometime, and buying a PlayStation 4 too for that matter, because a new Tearaway was revealed at the PlayStation Experience event this past weekend.

It’s called Tearaway Unfolded! Here’s the official trailer:

(Vidme Link)

It has that Media Molecule charm written all over its cute face! That last bit at the end shows a group of people. I wonder if the game will have some multiplayer components?

Anyways, the Vita provided interesting ways to interact with the world in the first game. It looks like the PlayStation 4 will too.

Reach into your TV with your DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller to unleash gusts of wind to unfold hidden areas, confound enemies and ride a paper plane. Use your new powers to catch objects thrown out of the TV screen and hurl them back into hard-to-reach places or at enemies, and guide atoi through scary places by shining the light bar at the screen.

Here’s a bunch of screenshots that will make you say “AWWW”.

Read  Black Ops 4’s Blackout to get 100 player cap, armor adjustments and more following successful beta

Tearaway 1

Tearaway 5

Tearaway 2

Tearaway

Tearaway 3

I really want this title! What about you? Did you play the first Tearaway on Vita? Will you be picking this up? Next year is looking pretty darn solid for Sony in my eyes!

Last Updated: December 8, 2014

Matthew Figueira

Defence of the Ancients? More like Defence of the cabbages! Have you seen my head? I look like a Merino Sheep on pole. NO SHANGE only SHAPPIES! :D

Check Also

Sony has fixed the PSN messaging bug that bricked consoles

For a while now, some mobile phones have been subject to message bugs that can wreak havoc…