I haven’t played Octodad, but that’s only because I’ve been waiting for something a bit more Lovecraftian. In it, you play as an octopus who has disguised himself as a person by wearing people clothes and doing people things. Your goal is to not let the peoplefolk know you’re not entirely human.
I’m guessing Cthulhudad — totally not a real game, though it really should be — would take a similar approach, only with more ritual sacrifices, death, pain, and aguish — you know, all the things Cthulhu likely requires for nourishment.
AROUND THE WEB
this week in horror
More in News
In case the recent coverage hasn’t clued you in, today marks 20 years since...
With all the teasing Capcom has been doing for the Resident Evil 2 remake,...
Sad news today, as videogame cover artist Bob Wakelin passed away last night after...
UPDATE: Look what just showed up: residentevil2.com. Could be a joke, could be legit....