I was very easily able to retrieve this image off of Tearaway's website. Repeating the theme of having the game world interact with the real world, Tearaway lets you keep track of all the photos you take in the game and lets you access them online. Look, the game tweeted this image for all to see. Eventually, you'll also be able to unlock guides to make your own real papercraft figures. By progressing through the game, you'll get access to PDFs that you can print and assemble to recreate things you've seen on your adventure. And you'll want to make mementos, if only because the world that Media Molecule has crafted for Tearaway is so charming. The papercraft art style is lovingly rendered on Vita, and looks unlike any other game on the market right now. And even more endearing than the visuals is the music; the soundtrack is simply marvelous. Thanks to its unique presentation and fun use of Vita's native features, Tearaway manages to become something more than "just another platformer." Vita owners are starved for good original content, and Media Molecule seems poised to make an adventure that's truly unique to Sony's handheld.
You can aim and pose your photos; I did quite a terrible job
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