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Octodad – Dadliest Catch comes to PS4 on April 22nd in US and on 23rd in UK


Finally, Octodad: Dadliest Catch has made into Sony PlayStation 4, which will be launched on April 22 in US and on April 23 in UK. Another PS4 game, Cel Damage HD will also launched this week, according to a post in PlayStation Blog.

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch game initially launched to PC, Linux and Mac platforms on January 30, 2014. It was supposed to launched for Sony’s PS4 gaming console in March, but the developer Young Horses announced in February that the game launch has been postponed to April 1st week. Although the April 23 is not in 1st week of the month, finally the game sees a launch date.

Recently, Developer of Octodad also revealed that the game for Microsoft Xbox One platform will also be launched soon, by saying “We are thinking about launching Xbox One version of Octodad: Dadliest Catch.

Don’t expect a magnificent graphics and real-world experience in the game, but it would be fun to play with the cartoon character Octodad, where the user will play as an octopus, which pretends to be a normal dad. In initial level users will have to complete simple tasks and as the level increases, it would be hilariously hard to control each of the tentacles independently throughout the game.

Some of the other big game titles to be launched this week, includes Cel Damage HD for PS4/PS3/PS Vita, Defense Technica for PS3, Demon Gaze for PS Vita, Soulcalibur Lost Swords for PS3, Starlight Inception for PS Vita and The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Episode 1 for PS Vita and PS3.

Octodad: Dadliest Catch Teaser Video:

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