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Papo & Yo PC pre-order: discount and free soundtrack


10:45 AM on 04.05.2013
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Minority Media's Papo & Yo was originally a PlayStation Network exclusive, but now it's moving to PC, coming soon to Steam, Amazon and other download platforms. Starting today, pre-orders are open for the game. Getting yours in gets you a 10 percent discount off the $14.99 asking price as well as a free copy of the the game's soundtrack. 

The soundtrack you'll get for free with your pre-order will be hitting iTunes later this month for $5.99. For a peek at the soundtrack, check out a preview here.

The PC release of Papo & Yo brings about new graphics and visual effects, new controls, improved animation and cutscenes, and full controller support. There's also Steam Big Picture mode and multi-monitor support. 








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