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Octodad: Dadliest Catch Gets Details About its Release

Posted January 21, 2014 by The Laymen's Gamer in News

Octodad: Dadliest Catch will be available on PC, Mac, and Linux on January 30th. The game will see digital distribution through Steam, Humble, and GOG. There has been talks of a release date for the PS4 version, there has been nothing announced; however, the developer hopes to release the game sometime in March.

Dadliest Catch serves as a sequel to the self-titled Octodad that pitted you in the awkward position of an octopus posing as a father in a typical suburban family, blending in among society in order to perform some “mysterious work” that goes undone, resulting in some pretty slapstick humor. Its sequel appears to follow in the same vein, with the titular Octodad performing seemingly simple tasks that are difficult given the nature of the controls and the fact that… well… Octodad is not human but an octopus.

It will be interesting to see how the controls will be implemented into the PS4 version and if there will be Remote Play options because the controls and play scheme seems very slanted towards mouse and keyboard play. Here’s to hoping it pans out!

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