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Papo & Yo announced for PlayStation Network

5:20 PM on 06.02.2011 // Conrad Zimmerman
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Canadian development studio Minority has announced a new project coming to PlayStation Network called Papo & Yo. In the game, players must help a boy named Quico save totally-not-imaginary friend Monster from the effect poisonous frogs have on his digestive system. Which is to say that when Monster eats a frog, he goes into a murderous rage wherein he tears little boys like Quico apart.

Watch the teaser and give it a little bit. Once it's finished giving the exposition and you get to see what the game looks like, I'd wager that your level of excitement is going to grow. The game will be shown at E3 and, God as my witness, I'm going to find a way to play it.




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