Sssssake Passss hassss ssssstarted ssssslithering onto our PS4 this week! The game is a very colorful and pretty platformer I had been waiting a long time to finally play. How does the game fare on Sony’s home console? Read our Snake Pass review to find out!
We’re currently playing Snake Pass for a review (that will be going live tomorrow!), so we got in touch with Sumo Digital to talk about the game’s development and release for Sony’s PlayStation 4.
PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us at PS4blog.net. Would you mind introducing yourself to our readers?
Hi! My name is Brad and I am one of the Design Leads on Snake Pass here at Sumo Digital.
PS4B: Snake Pass is finally available on PlayStation 4. What can you tell us about this game? What makes its snake tick?
Snake Pass is a physics-based, puzzle-platform game where you take control of Noodle the snake. What makes this unique is that, as a snake, you don’t move around the level as perhaps a Bandicoot, Lombax or Raccoon might – you can’t jump, you can only slither! This means even moving forward is a completely new experience to get to grips with, so when you have to climb a thing, how do you even do that? Think like a snake!
I’m currently playing Snake Pass on PlayStation 4 for review, so I recorded one of my gameplay sessions for you to enjoy!
This clip is from an early segment in the game (the fourth level), and as you’ll see I was struggling a bit with the controls. But I was having fun and my kids were having the time of their life telling me where to go and what collectibles I was missing!
Sumo Digital got in touch to share with us a new video of their Snake Pass Developer Diary, which you can check right here!
They’ve also mentioned what the game’s price will be in each region. Are you ready? You’ll be able to get Snake Pass on PS4 for £16.99, $19.99 and €19.99 depending on your region. As a reminder, the game will be out on March 28 for North America and on March 29 for Europe.
Sumo Digital got in touch with us to share a new trailer for Snake Pass, a game they’ll be releasing for PS4 on March 28! If the studio’s name rings a bell it is because the studio has worked on games such as Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Transformed and LittleBigPlanet 3.
Check out the trailer below for this physics based platformer, and click after the break for some new information and screens on this colorful console release.