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Submitted by -Mezzo- 593d ago | review

CAG - Papo & Yo Review

CAG - Papo & Yo is a hard game to tackle in typical review fashion. Most games’ plots don’t delve much beyond defeating the bad guy that has either kidnapped the princess, threatened to destroy the world, or both of those things. There aren’t a whole lot of games (especially on consoles) that attempt to tackle much more serious thematic elements, let alone approach them in the metaphorical way found in Papo & Yo. I’m fairly certain I’ve never played through another title as a young boy dealing with an alcoholic, abusive father. That’s a fairly weighty subject matter for the medium, but does Papo & Yo successfully convey those emotions amidst a game that’s worth playing? (Papo & Yo, PS3) -

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