This week on Zero Punctuation, Yahtzee reviews Bugsnax and Super Meat Boy Forever.
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Ah, 2020. The Jimmy Saville of years. Only after its passing can we take stock and truly appreciate the flood of hushed-up sexual assault accusations. And as always there are a few stray tentacles we need to pull off our ankles before we can banish the year back to the pit where it belongs. I wanted to mention that I went back to Persona 4 Golden after I reviewed it and ended up liking it a lot more, if still not more than Persona 5. And now I’m slightly embarrassed that I was ever intimidated by the combat because if you do any amount of grinding in that game combat’s about as hard as a wandering dick in a badly organized sausage slicing facility. And then there are the usual crop of games I didn’t get around to. I do intend to review the Demon’s Souls remake just as soon as I can sit on my roof with a butterfly net and catch a PS5 as it streaks over my house on a trail of blazing stardust. But in the meantime, let’s talk about Bugsnax. Which was an indie game that came out on Epic Store and consoles, and is… hm. You know, every time I take a stab at summarizing Bugsnax, I feel like something important has been left out. It’s like writing a real estate profile for a nuclear bunker on Mars where eleven people died of asbestos poisoning.