Thank Goodness: Octodad Sequel on PS4 Uses PS Move Motion Controls

Kotaku - I don't always enjoy motion controls, but if there's one game that I feel shouldn't be without them, it's the one where you control a wildly flailing octopus masquerading as a human husband and father of two.

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ABeastNamedTariq1930d ago

The first time I saw this game I busted out laughing, I'm looking forward to playing this with my little cousins.

iamnsuperman1930d ago

"You, too, can flail your arms like an octopus"

Sounds awesome but my main concern is will this make the game easier to play. The big attraction to games like this is it requires thought to move around. By adding motion controls I hope it doesn't make this thought process easier.

Baka-akaB1930d ago (Edited 1930d ago )

I doubt they'd make it smooth . Just might be fun for some people to "physically" fail so much at moving it