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Posted on Monday, May 6 @ 10:11:54 PST by Jonathan_Leack

Minority Media's first game, Papo & Yo, was paid for with Sony's Pub Fund. Consequently, it was PS3 exclusive. Well, at least for a few months. It eventually launched on PC and enjoyed the sweet taste of financial success. Its spiritual successor will ditch the romp with exclusivity altogether.

Asked by RPS about whether or not Silent Enemy will be coming to PCs, Vander Caballero enthusiastically replied by saying:

Yes. It will come to PC. It will.

Silent Enemy was announced only days ago by Minority Media. It carries with it a similar design approach as Papo & Yo. The game will be centered around a young Aboriginal boy who is able to shapeshift and use abilities. His quests to escape the endless winter will be hindered by bullies who will manifest themselves as crows in the game world.

The first teaser trailer can be seen below:


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