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Submitted by WonsAuto 307d ago | opinion piece

Digital Delivery: Noby Noby Boy & Octodad: Dadliest Catch

"Through the medium of gaming, publishers like to not only tell a wide variety of stories, but also provide a wide variety of experiences for the user to participate in. Many times, these are epic adventures, engrossing narratives, and powerful games that leave you wanting more.

But what if you want to pretend that you’re an octopus who is pretending to be a married man with kids?

This week, I’m going to give you a look at a pair of games that don’t really deliver a narrative but deliver a very strange experience that will leave you wondering what the heck it was you just played." - Steve Perry (PS3, PS4)

kreate  +   307d ago
I want a noby noby girl this time.

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