Complete playthrough. The clearly absurd premise behind Cthulhu Saves Christmas belies that the writing and dialogue throughout this short turn-based RPG is excellent, filled with fourth wall-breaking humour. Considered for its gameplay, however, overall it's nothing special - the combat is serviceable with a few unusual twists (such as ability randomisation) but quickly becomes quite repetitive and character/party customisation is mostly limited to gradual equipment improvement. The pixelart graphics do the job, while I'll have to admit that some of the music can become rather catchy. However, despite any negatives, with its short run-time (somewhere around five hours) and aforementioned humour, this is a decently enjoyable experience.