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Submitted by Drew060609 310d ago | review

Zero1gaming - Octodad: Dadliest Catch Review

The wonderful thing about indie games is that they can be about anything. They don’t need to have the requisite grizzled, macho hero or awkward love interest that triple-A games seem so attached to. They can be about little boys lost in dark, scary woods, or about sexually ambiguous robed figures running across a desert, or indeed about an octopus who has infiltrated society and spends his days hiding his true identity from his family. (Octodad: Dadliest Catch, PS4) 4/5

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