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Lethal Company is as much about protecting the mundane, as it is a horror game

They should put my new coffee grinder in there

Screenshot of teammates in Lethal Company.
Image credit: Rock Paper Shotgun/Zeekerss

I think the stronger your interest in white goods becomes, that's how you know you're transitioning from a youngster to a slightly oldster. The first thing I did recently when I stepped into my friend's house was compliment him on his new washing machine. "A Samsung! Nice dials on this, eh?", I said as I twisted the dial and it pleasantly bumped from mixed to delicate wash. What can I say? I appreciate the mundane and the useful.

And from the times I've played Lethal Company, I've come to think it's also a game about appreciating the mundane, too.

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