- Playing Against Type:
- Dan Avidan, known on Game Grumps and Ninja Sex Party for being cheerful, upbeat, and goofy (both for how he normally is, and any characters he plays), plays the very terse and gruff Robert. Subverted if you compare it to his "emo teen Danny" character from one Game Grumps merch commercial.
- Also applies to other Game Grumps half, Arin "Egoraptor" Hanson. Well-known for both his frequent swearing and happy marriage to his wife, Suzy, seeing him play Joseph, a youth minister with a failing marriage who exclaims interjections such as Oh, crackers!, is an unusual change of place.
- Schedule Slip: The game was due out July 13, but had to be pushed back due to bugs in the code.
- Urban Legend of Zelda:
- When dataminers looked at the game's code, they found an unused ending that seemingly revealed that Joseph is secretly a demonic cult leader. Rumors immediately sprang up that this was the hidden true ending that the entire game was Foreshadowing, and that only a specific set of choices after getting every other ending could earn it.
- It is said that the cult ending was from a scrapped Halloween DLC, but this in itself is an Urban Legend of Zelda, as none of the devs have actually discussed the ending in any detail. The best we have in terms of an idea that it's been acknowledged is Arin Hanson, Joseph's voice actor and one of the producers of the game, giving a series of tweets, poking fun at people discovering "Joseph's Ending," and how there's "no special ending," the day after the data-mine discovery, and Jared Rosen, the writer of Joseph's character, liking a total of one tweet on a silly fan art someone made, on August 1st, 2017, in regards to the chaos in the fandom in trying to decipher the secret ending. The idea that it was confirmed non-canon/scrapped/future DLC is so prevalent in the fanbase, it's almost impossible to make a post in regards to the secret ending without someone mentioning this.
- The cult ending was eventually added in an update, but only accessible by customizing the player character in a particular way. A message appears at the start of it that explains that the creators originally made it because they were big fans of horror, but they cut it "for obvious reasons". It also confirms the ending is non-canon.
Trivia / Dream Daddy