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Papo & Yo | The Kotaku Review

Evan Narcisse writes: Papo & Yo teems with a lyrical kind of beauty. It's quiet, tender and imaginative in a way that can only come from having experienced too much malevolent noise and roughness. This PS3 game joins titles like Braid, To The Moon, Where Is My Heart? and Catherine in the DNA chain of games that point the way towards another more personal evolution for the medium. But you don't have to care about any of that either. Just pick up Papo & Yo and play it, and you'll experience a deeply-felt slice of human nature.

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DigitalRaptor1926d ago

For once, I have some respect for a Kotaku writer.

Hicken1926d ago

Anything that happens once will never happen again.