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5 Games That Make Death Stranding Look Normal

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5 Games That Make Death Stranding Look Normal

It’s no secret that Death Stranding is undeniably weird. The majority of us still don’t even know what it’s about!

Hideo Kojima appears to have crafted a world where you can carry a fetus across hazardous landscapes, consume an unhealthy amount of Monster energy drinks and craft grenades out of your own poop…

This isn’t the first game to delve into an unusual side and certainly won’t be the last. Here are five games that also embody the wacky and weird.

Catherine

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The most vivid nightmare I can remember was about a gameshow called Catchphrase. It featured an extremely creepy yellow being known as ‘Mr Chips’, who will forever haunt my dreams.

Nothing compares to the nightmares you face in Catherine – I mean nothing.

Catherine released on the PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2011 and revolved around you playing as Vincent, a man who thought one girl alone was hard work so instead dated multiple.

I don’t get it either.

As his relationships develop, his mental state drops and he’s bought into a world of nightmares every night.

Everything starts off seemingly normal, as Catherine plays much like a social simulation game. But then you go to sleep, and this is where things get weird.

Nightmares consist of you climbing a tower of blocks until you reach the top. Sounds simple, right?

Well, imagine that same situation, but this time you’re chased by questionable female anatomy – I’ll leave that to your imagination.

It’s not just body parts you’ll be chased by, but even giant babies. Yes, you heard that right, giant babies. Revealing more would spoil some of Catherine’s craziest moments.

Catherine is a game best played rather than explained. No amount of words can begin to detail the insane moments the game throws at you.

It makes Death Stranding seem awfully mundane. Especially when you’re getting chased by an enormous evil sheep. Trust me.

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