Review: Papo & Yo (PS3)

Journey into the heart of a child in this emotional PSN indie game. 
Many of the world’s great musicians take their troubles in life and turn them into inspiring, oftentimes sensitive music to help soothe their sufferings. Painters craft images to tell a story that promote their world views. Writers shape words into endearing emotional dramas to help others deal with life’s dilemmas. But, what would happen if a game developer shared his trouble in light of changing the future? In Papo and Yo, we find out just this and in the same way as the other types of artist mentioned, the end result is something inspirational and beautiful, yet full of sorrow behind its veil.
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