Tearaway is papercraft styled adventure from Media Molecule set to release for the PlayStation Vita. Today, the developer shared the launch date for the title with the world at large.
Tearaway will hit the PS Vita in both digital and physical formats on the following dates, broken down by region by the fine folks at Media Molecule:
- October 22: USA
- October 23: Europe
- October 24: Australia & New Zealand
- October 25: UK and Ireland
Here's how Media Molecule describes the game on their official blog post with this launch date news:
In Tearaway you'll journey through a vibrant, living papery world, with a plucky messenger who has a unique message to deliver – to you! As the papery world of Tearaway unfolds in your hands, you'll be able to use your god-like powers to help your new messenger friend, iota or atoi, complete their very special delivery.
You'll uncover a magical dimension inspired by folklore, and built realistically from paper that unfolds and comes alive before your very eyes. As you explore this world you'll meet the papercraft creatures that live within it, help out strange new friends and encounter dangerous challenges.
The title itself sports a gorgeous, papery, one-of-a-kind look that feels right at home next to Media Molecule's other highly stylized dream world, LittleBigPlanet.
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