You can find our original review for Octodad Deadliest Catch on PC HERE. The game is largely the same on both consoles.
In Octodad Deadliest Catch, you play as an Octopus dressed as a man. Your job is to help Octodad live life as a “normal” family guy and to keep his octopus origins from society. Octodad has a wife and children and does all the things that an Octopus pretending to be a man with a wife and kids does. This includes running from his arch nemesis, The Chef. The Chef knows Octodad’s secret and often chases him down, among other things, turn him into sushi. It does seem that The Chefs grand plan is to let everyone know that Octodad is an octopus. Story really is applied lightly here, and those wanting to explore Octodad’s thoughts and motives will be sorely disappointed.
Octodad’s character models are charming and help bring a comical element to the entire package and enrich the experience. Some people will find the graphics underwhelming but I found it to be full of charm. Sure, it’s not the most incredible looking PS4 game, but it packs just as much personality than any that I can think of.