A beefy live session for Tearaway Unfolded was recorded at EGX 2014, showing us the many ways we'll tear things up on PlayStation 4.

While the original game rocked it on the PS Vita, Unfolded will give us more screen real state and off more of the world to see, as well as different controls. The construction paper-flavored cuteness will run at 60 frames per second at 1080p and will utilize the PlayStation 4's DualShock4 Controller the way the original game made use of all of the PS Vita's features.

Though the Vita version was a world you held inside your own hands, the PlayStation 4 version is meant to present a world that exists inside of your TV. To that end, many of the interactions between the player and the game world require a bit of breaking that fourth wall. One example is when the Messenger is holding an acorn, the player can raise the controller and she'll toss it "out" of the TV and to them, allowing the player to then toss it back inside in order to complete an objective. Nifty!

Check out the half hour of gameplay, complete with a Q&A session at the end, and look forward to Tearaway Unfolded when it hits PlayStation 4 in 2015.