The PlayStation four model of Octodad: Dadliest Catch has been delayed, developer Younger Horses has stated.
The intriguing Octopus-pretending-to-be-a-human simulator, which is already out there on PC, had been anticipated to land on PlayStation four shores a while in March. The developer now says the PS4 model is concentrating on an “early April” launch.
Younger Horses additionally stated that it was additionally mulling over an Xbox One model, and that it had no plans for a Wii U launch. “Our phrase on the Xbox One model is, ‘We’re desirous about it.'”
GameSpot awarded the PC model of Octodad: Dadliest Catch a rating of 6 in its evaluation. “Though the flimsy narrative could not be extra cliche in its communication of a message about loving ourselves and one another for who we actually are,” stated editor Carolyn Petit, “Octodad is an endearing hero whose wrestle to stay an extraordinary life beneath extraordinary circumstances is bizarrely inspiring.”
“Sadly, Dadliest Catch is simply an inconsistent, intermittently hilarious trifle, and never the sport this terrific character deserves.”