Submitted by Rashid Sayed 366d ago | interview

Octodad Dadliest Catch Interview: More Story Conflict, Play Length, PS4 Version and Much More

"Octodad is one of those experimental games that just seems unorthodox but undeniably appealing to the vast masses. The product of students from DePaul University, who later went on to form Young Horses Inc., the game's idea was originally meant as a joke. Several awards later and with backing from Sony to bring the sequel Octodad: Dadliest Catch to the PlayStation 4 as an exclusive indie title, it's obvious that the series has become something much bigger." (Octodad: Dadliest Catch, PC, PS4)

brianace  +   366d ago
Played this at Comic Con, and it is hilarious. The original, while rough around the edges, is still available as a free download, and I highly recommend it.
C-Thunder  +   366d ago
Really looking forward to this game, looks like a lot of fun.

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