Papo & Yo is a video game about a son's troubled relationship with his Father, and that alone makes it a unique thing, but that's only part of what makes Papo & Yo an original proposition. In a new developer diary over at the PlayStation blog, Vander Caballero, the creator of Papo & Yo, discusses the use of imagination in his new game, and the ways in which game mechanics themselves can evoke an emotional response.
I love it when creators seem really invested and passionate about their own video games. More than anything, that gets me excited about upcoming games. I love the fact that Papo & Yo is based on an actual relationship, and it intrigues me that the game is so personal.
Really looking forward to seeing more about this game.