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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1108d ago | review

Joystiq - Papo & Yo review: Father knows beast

Joystiq - There is, however, a powerful experience here. Papo & Yo makes its player face the terrible relationship of abuse in a very personal way. It makes you wonder both about Quico and his Monster, and what they must feel and think about why they do what they do. Through the thin lens of this magical world, Caballero and his team have painted a striking picture of the heartbreaking betrayal that lies at the center of a relationship like this. And even at the end, after facing all of Papo & Yo's tough questions, Quico and Monster's tale proves that, in the face of such a tragedy, there are never any easy answers. (Papo & Yo, PS3) 3.5/5

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