Papo & Yo Previews - PS3

Papo & Yo
Game Description:Papo & Yo will take players on an emotional journey that explores the relationship between a boy and his sometimes-scary best friend. As players progress, Monster will react differently to their actions based on his current desires. If Monster is in a good mood, he will play with Quico and help with tasks; if Monster is hungry, he will seek out food; if that food happens to be a poisonous frog, he’ll transform into a terrifying killing machine bent on nothing but destruction. Players will need to learn to use Monster’s emotions, both good and bad, to their advantage if they want to complete their search for a cure and save their pal.
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    Papo & Yo E3 2011 Preview -- A Boy, His Monster, and a World of Wonder

    Any game that lets you see the world through the imagination of a child, features a red beast that east poisonous frogs, and deals with heavy emotional issues deserves your attention, and here's why.

    Posted: Jun 13, 2011

  • Best of 2012: Best Original Game

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    4,939 Views | 02:40

  • Papo & Yo Launch Trailer

    Posted: August 8, 2012

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  • Papo & Yo E3 2012 Trailer

    Posted: June 6, 2012

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