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Papo & Yo hits PSN today, have a cinematic trailer


12:00 PM on 08.14.2012



Sony's not shy about bringing weirdness to the PlayStation Network, and Papo & Yo looks like it may be the next quirky winner for Sony. The pretty looking puzzle-platformer is hitting the network today, and Minority Media is celebrating with a cinematic trailer. 

Using a blend of live action and in-game footage, you'll learn how the protagonist's father is a "monster" with imagery that looks pretty freakin' bleak if you view it a certain way. In any case, I'm intrigued by this little title, and hope it turns out to be a gem.

Sony seems to have an eye for downloadable games, and PSN titles rarely let me down.








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