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Submitted by pixlbit 686d ago | review

Papo & Yo Review - PixlBit

PixlBit | "Straddling the line between video game and interactive experience, Papo & Yo explores some very mature subject matter through an innocent façade. Through the eyes of Quico, a young South American boy, players take a journey through a unique and abstract world in order to cure companion Monster of his frog addiction. Portrayed in no uncertain terms, Monster represents Quico’s abusive alcoholic father who is a friend and tremendous burden. While Papo & Yo’s gameplay is certainly rough around the edges, its presentation, story, and delivery are unparalleled in the medium." (Papo & Yo, PS3) 4/5

TifaLockheart  +   686d ago
Nice review. I had the same thoughts on it.

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