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Call Of The Sea subverts your Lovecraftian expectations

Please, call me Fishperson, MR. Fishperson was my father

I positioned my holiday at the end of the year such that I got two full weeks off, and I intended to spend loads of that time playing video games, and then I accidentally didn't. For most of the break I spent my time eating a lot of food (as is traditional) and reading books. Several of these books were terrible because I received my loot-box-but-of-books subscription. It contained a book about an out of work Broadway musical actor going undercover in a prison which, despite being described as a thriller, seemed to mostly be about the acquisition of packs of sardines to use as currency in a poker game.

In the end I played exactly two games over the break. One was Jackbox (or, technically, the free seasonal Jackbox DLC - "Streaming Jackbox With 6 Other People Who Need To Sign Up To Discord") and the other was Call Of The Sea.

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