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Submitted by acronkyoung 756d ago | opinion piece

Papo y Yo's Vander Caballero on fostering empathy in video games

Vander Caballero, creator of Papo y Yo, explains how he creates emotion in his games ... and how his past informs his creative choices. (Culture, Journey, Papo & Yo, PS3, The Unfinished Swan, Vander Cabellero)

RockYou  +   756d ago
Ahh, I still need to play this. How many games really address substance abuse like this one?
e-p-ayeaH  +   756d ago
Katamari?

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