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XBLIG Review: Septipus: Tentacle Apocalypse – A Septipus for the Rest of Us | Clearance Bin Review

"All told via stained-glass windows and god-like music, Septipus is the most well dressed, seven legged squid to ever live. Complete with a top hat and monocle, this villainous creature only wants one thing: the perfect look to complete his dapper image. A mustache, of course! Meanwhile, the town of Follicles takes great pride in hair care, its citizens having the most glorious locks to ever been primped, curled, straightened, dyed, and other fun hair terms. Septipus sets his sites on the unsuspecting village and makes his attack, stealing all of the hair in all of the land. How dastardly! How diabolical!" (Septipus: Tentacle Apocalypse, Xbox 360) 7/10

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