Papo & Yo 50% Off For PS Plus Subscribers Today


More gaming deals today, Papo & Yo is 50% off for PS Plus Subscribers today. On Christmas Eve, you can treat yourself to one of the PSN’s best stories of 2012 for $7.99.

If you’ve been following JTM over the last few months, you’ll know that I absolutely adore Minority Media’s Papo & Yo. It’s one of my favourite games of 2012, and believe that it’s one of the best Canadian-developed indie titles this year.

Find out more about Papo & Yo – available on the PSN – after the break.

Papo & Yo tells the story of Quico and his friend Monster. Quico escapes from the troubles of his real life in the safety of his imaginary world. Quico creates his imaginary world in order to escape from his real life and to deal with a not-so-good relationship with his father in his own way. It’s a beautiful world too, with a colourful palette and an interesting take on Brazil’s Favelas. 

It’s got a deep story and engaging characters, yet it’s also very playable even for those who don’t often play video games. It’s an incredibly accessible game that can be enjoyed by all ages. It really doesn’t matter if you got the metaphors, the deep story or not, you can still enjoy it based on gameplay alone.

Please keep in mind that Papo & Yo’s 50% discount only applies for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

(Source: Minority Media)


About janhutchings

Canadian Game Industry Blogger / Contributor for @Sonyrumors & @ShogunGamer / Communications and PR Professional. Voice of Canadian and Indie Gaming.

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