Bugsnax review

A screenshot from Bugsnax showing a fuzzy yellow Grumpus with glasses and a pastry leg. There is a Pepe Silvia-style conspiracy wall behind them

Bugsnax discus Bugsnax is a faintly naughty, but never crass undertaking that feels simultaneously like a love letter to, and a aggressively observed caricature of, the games that motivated it.

Developer: Young Horse Publisher: Young Horses Release: November 12 th On: Windows, Mac OS From: Epic Games Store Price: PS18/ EUR2 0 /$ 25

Animals are delicious. Trotting all around the place on their potent, palatable legs, collapsing foreman over hooves into industrial mincers and having their own bodies, judgments and souls mechanically reformed into millions upon billions of tasty, pink breakfast tubes. This magical smell of gastronomic abundance — the unshakeable ideology that every individual that scampers, slinks and skippers on the wind is simply tracing an inevitable path to our waiting tummies — is captured in Bugsnax: a cute-as-buttons mystify escapade tournament inhabited by imperfections, who are also snacks.

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