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Bugsnax Gets “Snakkolades” Trailer


Discover what critics are saying about Young Horses’ Bugsnax with the “snakkolades” trailer for the game.

The trailer, which can be seen below, features scores from Gamepur, God is a Geek, Dualshockers, The Sixth Axis, and other outlets. It has received high praise, with The Onion saying that it “looks like […] honestly […] one of the […] best games for the PS5.”

Bugsnax – Snakkolades Trailer | PS5, PS4

Now available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, Bugsnax tasks players with exploring Snaktooth Island in an attempt to capture and find half-bug-half-snack creatures called Bugsnax. Once captured, Bugsnax can be fed to the local Grumpuses, transforming them based on the Bugsnak they eat. In all, there are more than 100 Bugsnak species available for capture.

British indie pop band Kero Kero Bonito (of “Picture This” fame) did the theme song for the game, and inspiration for the title was taken from such titles as Ape Escape, Dark Cloud and Viva Piñata.

If you’re diving into the game, be sure to check out our collection of guides here.

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