Puppeteer: Sony Japan Studios gives up new details on plot and scissor combat

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 22 August 2012 11:24 GMT

Puppeteer, the new platform IP from Sony Japan Studio was unveiled at gamescom, and will throw players into a stage show world full of puppets, hulking bosses and an arts n’ crafts visual style fans of LittleBigPlanet will enjoy. PS Blog EU has interviewed the studio to tease out new info on the PS3 game.

Sony Japan Studio’s Gavin Moore explained the importance of the main character’s scissor weapon, and how it can be used to cut through the game’s cloth world, attack enemies and climb around the fabric world.

Here’s the video in full:

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