TEARAWAY: UNFOLDED. Well, you’d be wrong, because this isn’t a straight port of the game that came out on Vita. Indeed, Media Molecule says the PS4 version will have loads of new content and that it’s being built to make specific use of that console’s features. Where the original game made use of the Vita’s touchscreen, microphone and so on, Tearaway: Unfolded will use DualShock 4 specific features, like the lightbar and motion control. We’re normally cynical about that kind of stuff, given that it invariably feels gimmicky, but in light of the job Media Molecule did with the game on Vita, we’re confident that the PS4 version of Tearaway will prove to be the exception to the rule.