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Tearaway Unfolded

 

 

SCORE: 60

 

Tearaway Unfolded 

 

Family Friendly Gaming recently purchased Tearaway Unfolded on the Playstation 4 for this review for our millions of wonderful readers. I should have known something was wrong with Tearaway Unfolded since it dropped in price so quickly. That and almost every video game is released at an over-inflated price. We take our paper friend who is actually a letter, on a quest to deliver a message. If mail had to go through all this, no wonder it gets lost sometimes.

The graphics are not very impressive in Tearaway Unfolded, especially for a PS4 game. The music is a bit better, but those voices are odd. The fighting in Tearaway Unfolded gets old really fast. Plus fighting scraps in Tearaway Unfolded is so repetitive and boring. The puzzles are at least interesting in Tearaway Unfolded.

One of the most disturbing aspects of Tearaway Unfolded is it teaches players to worship false gods. Why can’t they have God in there instead of trying to turn people to false gods? It makes no sense to me. Some characters in Tearaway Unfolded worship the player - which is disturbing on so many levels. There is a cool Moses and the Red Sea like moment in this home console video game.

The loading times in Tearaway Unfolded are long, and I ran into some bugs/glitches. I guess I did things in Tearaway Unfolded that the company did not consider anyone would do. Moving the controller around to do stuff, swiping on the little pad on the controller, and using buttons can be so clunky in Tearaway Unfolded.

I hated having to draw on the little pad on the controller in Tearaway Unfolded. Nothing came out the way I wanted it to. I gave up because it is such an exercise in futility. This also ruined the LittleBigPlanet moments.
- Teen Gamer

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Playstation 4
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer:
Media Molecule
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Cartoon Violence}


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