Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) £10.99 (prime) £12.98 (non prime) NEW @ Amazon
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Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) £10.99 (prime) £12.98 (non prime) NEW @ Amazon

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Found 1st Mar 2016
Now even lower and seems to be dropping all the time.
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I'll bite and this price. Nice one.
nice. keep falling
£10 and I'm in. come on..... ☺
Heat added and ordered. Pretty fun game!
how to get free delivery ??
Was really looking forward to this beautiful game until I played the demo and realised how childish and "casual" it was.
Messiah

Was really looking forward to this beautiful game until I played the demo … Was really looking forward to this beautiful game until I played the demo and realised how childish and "casual" it was.



Well then you need to to try and think like a child to enjoy it. not all the fun games are about killing and blowing things up, lol.
Messiah

Was really looking forward to this beautiful game until I played the demo … Was really looking forward to this beautiful game until I played the demo and realised how childish and "casual" it was.



Where can I get the demo? Can't find it on the PSN store
Been on the fence. Gone for it at this price. Finally use that PS camera I've not used since launch
deleted57959

This is why there is little variety in games anymore, it pays to sell COD … This is why there is little variety in games anymore, it pays to sell COD clones than for devs to innovate.



It's definitely a greater risk, but some games that pull it off well go down as a classic ie dark souls etc. They may still be relatively niche but the brand becomes very strong unlike this, which won't be seeing the light of day again I don't think lol.

However, I also must keep in mind that this game is somewhat targeted to kids (unfortunately for me) so it makes sense for it to be shaped towards that market.
Price has risen now sadly
highspire2k

Price has risen now sadly



​If you go to other sellers you can still get it for £11 new.
rdecoratorUK

how to get free delivery ??


Have to be a Prime subscriber or order over £20 worth of goods.
How do companies even make money with prices like this?
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