Papo & Yo has been released on the PC, Minority Media announced the news today. The game was originally released on the PSN last year, and it has finally made it’s way onto the PC platform. The game wasn’t well received by game critics, but there was a lot of people who really connected with the game. It was one of the more emotional indie games out there, and it featured a lot of adult themes that some people may not have realized. The game had a lot of technical issues, and that was one of the main reasons that people were turned off by it.
“Papo & Yo is my personal, emotional story told through a video game,” said Vander Caballero, Minority Creative Director. “For so many years I wanted to make a game about my father, who was an alcoholic, but wasn’t sure if the industry was ready for something like this. When I eventually left EA, the help of the Canadian Media Fund, the Sony Pub Fund and the great team at Minority let me use my experience to start creating a magical world that would allow us to reach players emotionally, while they were exploring and solving puzzles.”
You can buy the game on Steam, Amazon, and other PC outlets for $14.99.