New Tearaway trailer for PS Vita charms E3

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New Tearaway trailer for PS Vita charms E3

As is customary at this time of year, a squadron of highly trained Molecules has been sent forth from the safety of Mm Towers in the UK, to the familiar walls of the LA Convention Center where E3, is held each year.

Yes, the Molecules are in town for E3, and we’ve brought Tearaway with us so we can show it to as many people as we possibly can.

With a bit of luck, and some big smiles, those people will go on to share their experiences with the rest of the world, so you should see some previews across the internet over the next few days. We were also lucky to be included in this year’s press conference, so look out for Rex playing Tearaway – he’s been practising all week, bless.

If you can’t wait that long and need a Tearaway pick-me-up right this very second, then stay put, ready your eyes and ears, and prepare for your mouth to fall agape – We’ve got exactly what you need – a brand new trailer for Tearaway! See above.

Creative challenge contest time!
Oh, you still want more? Very well then! As you know, the entire world of Tearaway can be crafted from paper in the real world, and as you travel through the game you’ll collect plans to make some of the creatures and wildlife that you spot.


At the end of the trailer you’ll spot one of our resident papercraft experts, Tom, making a Squirrel at warp speed. Whilst you might not yet have the ability to craft at such speed, you can click here to download the plan to make your own cool looking squirrel guy!

We are also running a contest over on the Media Molecule blog, where you can win some signed artwork from the Tearaway team. Follow this link to find out how to enter!

We took a bit of time off working our booties off to make some squirrels ourselves, check them out, perhaps they’ll inspire you to customise your own.

We have to get back to E3 things now, but please send us your squirrels – we’re really looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

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  • Looks great, hope there’s more AAA Vita exclusives announced…

  • better then other blabla vita games on e3
    but not mi type of games.

  • This one certainly looks great. I really enjoy the job you’ve done on LittleBigPlanet, and this one’s certainly looking as good.

    I just hope there’s a way to pre-order from PlayStation Store — I want it digital but I also want some pre-order DLC, you know! :P

  • Very, very nice game.Thanks to Media Molecule for all they did for the Vita, including LBPVita. Day 1 purchase, a lot of creativity and talent here.
    We need more games like this.
    At least localize all the games Japan makes and put them online on the store if all we get is indie games.I understand SCEA doesn’t want to support Vita at all, Studio Liverpool closed because it couldn’t attract the NFS audience and 14 year olds that want to cruise around a city in a branded car and run people over with it, when they made one of the best handheld games.
    That hard to translate some games so we can give you money for them?
    Not 1 trailer was shown for the Vita at Sony’s conference.Why couldn’t they show this trailer or the Dragon’s Crown one?

  • @Ayerev

    LBPVita wasn’t developed by Media Molecule. It was done by Double Eleven and Tarsier.

  • @Ayerev: Actually, if you keep an eye open during a few of moments on the conference, you’ll spot the logo as if they were going to talk about it but for some reason skipped it.

  • This game looks sweet, I will definitely pick it up.

    But I expect this and Killzone to be the two last retail games from Sony before they drop Vita development. E3 has demonstrated that Sony just doesn’t care, at all.

  • Awesome and i can’t wait for this which is why i purchased my vita.

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