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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.8
Graphics The visual quality of the game 4.2
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.8
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.8
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.9

Critic Reviews

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GamePro (US) (Feb, 1997)
Bug Too! meets the expectations of it's predecessor and at time's exceed them. Fans of the first game will definitely want to check this out and for all you newcomers, it's a great time to get bugged.
Hobby Consolas (Mar, 1997)
«Bug Too!» es un entretenido plataformas que se parece demasiado a su antecesor, aunque haya sabido mejorar ciertos elementos básicos. Ahora es gráficamente más detallado y variado, incluye más personajes de simpática estampa y ofrece algo más de variedad a la hora de jugar. Sin embargo, estos encantos no son suficientes para considerarle un plataformas imprescindible.
Video Games (Feb, 1997)
Ein paar neue Ideen hätten Bug Too sicher gutgetan, trotzdem lohnt sich der Kauf von Bug Too für alle Saturn-Besitzer, wer weiß schon, wann das nächste gute Jump 'n Run für Segas 32-Biter kommt.

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Game Revolution (Jun 06, 2004)
There are a couple of flaws with this game. First is the bonus round. To put it plainly, it lacks the flair apparent in the rest of the game. Second, how do you jump in platform shoes? Other than that I really liked Bug Too!. The characters are a blast (from the past), out-of-sight, and definitely groovy. The only things missing are an 8-track player and maybe a few tube tops. But who's perfect?
Mega Fun (Feb, 1997)
Bug Too! ist überhaupt eine harte verdammt Nuß, die im Grenzbereich zwischen Lust und Frust anzusiedeln ist. Wenn Ihr zum Beispiel in die Tiefe des Bildschirms hüpft um pixelgenau eine Plattform zu treffen, muß Euch Fortuna schon hilfreich zur Seite stehen. Wer sich dieser Herausforderung stellen möchte, darf ruhig zuschlagen, denn auch diesmal kriegt Ihr wieder eine Menge Jump 'n Run für das Geld geboten. Wer jedoch seine Nerven schonen möchte, sollte sich andersweitig umsehen.
Although Bug Too! is no longer as innovative as its prequel (after all, 3-D side scrollers have been done before), it's still a heck of a lot of fun. The game's graphics aren't much different from Bug!, except now each level offers more daunting obstacles and weirder enemies. Bug Too! also packs more personality than the original. Joining Bug in his new adventure are two new, playable insect pals, the afro-sporting Super Fly and Maggot Dog, who add charm to an already charming title. As in the first game, Bug controls nicely. He can even run now - an ability that's vital to getting past falling blocks and other deadly surprises.
Bottom line, if you didn't Bug!, then Bug Too! isn't going to grab your attention. If you're dying for a great platform game, there are better options to choose, namely anything with the name Sonic in its title.
GameSpot (Jan 07, 1997)
Some people might say that any game featuring a half-grub, half-dog character named "Maggot Dog" and a funky fly named "Superfly" can't be all bad. And though these colorful little guys provide a bright spot in the otherwise dull Bug Too!, even they can't save the day - or the game.
The Video Game Critic (Jul 04, 2013)
Bug Too is saddled with the same issues as the first game, but at least it offers a few memorable sights and sounds.
Defunct Games (Jun 30, 2006)
Remember the glorious days of yore, when true 3D was but a lanky, awkward teen trying to make a name for itself When games that featured a 3D playing field and choppy, poorly-animated 2D characters Well, prepare to relieve those uncomfortable years as we look back at Bug Too!, the sequel to one of the Saturn's flagship titles. As much as I love the Saturn, the nostalgia factor isn't high enough with this title to merit a passing grade.