TRAILER | PC Sunday, March 31, 2013 | 4:38 PM

Papo & Yo is coming to Steam

Papo & Yo is coming to Steam

Imaginative adventure game Papo & Yo from Minority Media is heading to PC the studio announced. Already available on the Playstation Network, the game will be out on Steam on April 18 and is receiving "a number of updates and improvements" for this new release.

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Commented on 2013-03-31 17:37:27
Oh hell yeah, glad I waited on this game after hearing the praise for its themes.
Commented on 2013-03-31 18:56:13 In reply to digi_matrix
Posted by digi_matrix
Oh hell yeah, glad I waited on this game after hearing the praise for its themes.
game bombed hard, didn't even recover the production costs. only makes sense.
Commented on 2013-03-31 18:58:34 In reply to digi_matrix
Posted by digi_matrix
Oh hell yeah, glad I waited on this game after hearing the praise for its themes.
It's really good. The block moving puzzles are simple, but the way they're presented are very cool. The themes are hard hitting too. Well worth a punt.
Commented on 2013-03-31 21:37:17
What I took from that trailer is that this game. Is for kids who which to escape their abuse (monster),fathers. LOL
Commented on 2013-03-31 22:23:31 In reply to nostradamus
Posted by nostradamus
game bombed hard, didn't even recover the production costs. only makes sense.
Indie games don't sell as much on closed platforms (unless if it's from a world-renowned dev like thatgamecompany) compared to Steam or mobile, so I'm not surprised.

They saw that Gabe money ;)
Commented on 2013-04-01 01:23:43 In reply to KORNdog
Posted by KORNdog
It's really good. The block moving puzzles are simple, but the way they're presented are very cool. The themes are hard hitting too. Well worth a punt.
From what I heard the game parts are pretty lackluster and at times downright bad. No matter the quality of the themes, it's hard to expect much out of the game. A pitty they didn't put more work into making the game itself better recieved. It's cool that they approach those themes, especially for someone like me who has personal experiences with some of the stuff that is touched on in the game, but it's a bummer more work wasn't put into the rest of the product so more people could enjoy it and it'd stand a better chance of succeeding.
Commented on 2013-04-01 01:25:39 In reply to pythxvii
Posted by pythxvii
From what I heard the game parts are pretty lackluster and at times downright bad. No matter the quality of the themes, it's hard to expect much out of the game. A pitty they didn't put more work into making the game itself better recieved. It's cool that they approach those themes, especially for someone like me who has personal experiences with some of the stuff that is touched on in the game, but it's a bummer more work wasn't put into the rest of the product so more people could enjoy it and it'd stand a better chance of succeeding.
Try playing it before writing it off. It's actually very good, as a game, and as a personal story.
Commented on 2013-04-01 11:20:06
Pretty poor game TBH, puzzles are very one way and linear to the point of going to A-B. The story wasn't even that good, sure the themes are very mature and new but themes don't make a good story, and it's important get a solid story first rather than ambitious pieces. Then there's the so-so controls, where you can never tell if your jumps can make or not, often it can be a leap of faith for no reason at all.

I thought I was going to get something decent, after I had my appetite wet from Journey and Sound Shapes, unfortunately I wasted $15 here.

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