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Submitted by KBug93 396d ago | review

Octodad: Daliest Catch Review [Capsule Computers]

Kane Bugeja writes:

Being a parent is hard (I assume). As if it wasn’t enough of a chore to make sure you make it through life, parenthood places yet another life (or lives) in your hands. Scary. Now compound this with the added difficulty of, oh I don’t know, not having any bones. Well my friends, therein lies Octodad. With little more than a stylish suit, this ambitious cephalopod has built quite the little life for himself. But with the inherent difficulty that arises from being an octopus on land, how long can our fatherly protagonist keep up this charade? (Octodad: Dadliest Catch, PS4) 8/10

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