"Because there exists no method known to man, more terribly suited to expose the cosmic meaningless of existence than pairing the words of H.P. Lovecraft with seemingly delightful and charming pictures of adorable kittens" — H.P. Lovecat.
Octodad is an octopus in a suit, and he pretended to be a human dad just fine. Cthulhu has an octopus-like head, so why couldn't he get away with it too?
Frogwares, known mostly for their Sherlock Holmes brand of adventure games, brings us Magrunner: Dark Pulse, a first-person action-physics puzzler-platformer hybrid with the tagline "Technology Meets Cthulhu." Huh.
Sonic the Hedgehog's Green Hill Zone track is the pinnacle of upbeat, energetic video game music, enthusiastically propelling the player headlong into a fantastic adventure. Slow it down, however, and it's something straight out of an experimental horror film.
If you haven't picked up the Lovecraftian Advent calendar app for iOS and Android devices, don't worry, you still have time and now there's a free option. Free is good, right?
In today's maddening installment of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Wirebrain shares with us a board game that feels a lot like Capcom's famous survival horror series.
Who better to spend a C++ study break with than Pikachu Cthulhu.
Science justifies the reclusive nature of hardcore gamers during these hot summer months, as a new study finds that people actively participating in beach-based activities are more likely to develop gastrointestinal problems, fever, and skin illness. Who's for beach volleyball?