People are finding some truly crazy-looking creatures in 'No Man's Sky'

One of the most incredible parts of the newly released PlayStation 4 game “No Man’s Sky” is the incredible variety of alien animals that inhabit the game’s 18 quintillion planets and moons. Look no further than this bizarre…thing I found on my first day playing:

Indeed! This cow-/dinosaur-like animal is just one of the dozens of bizarre creatures I’ve encountered in just the first few days with “No Man’s Sky.” With the game going wide on Tuesday, millions of these bizarre animals are being spotted all over the enormous in-game galaxy.

We collected some of the craziest ones below:

OK, let's start light. These turtle-y little guys were actually shown by the game's developer at one point. Not super strange just yet.

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But wait...what's this? Is that some sort of a cat...thing?

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The mischievous look in his eye confirms it. He's a creep.

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And these guys, who are both quad- and bi-pedal, creep me the hell out. They're like fat little Mickey Mouses with angry faces.

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I had to take this screenshot from far away because I was too creeped out.

Some creatures look almost exactly like dinosaurs. Also notice that there are giant snake-like creatures flying through the air. Of course there are.

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And this is where things get truly bizarre. This is like a land octopus with an exposed, split brain? I guess? Gross! Super gross!

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Is that Will Smith? Those ears are gigantic!

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This guy answers the question, 'What if a dinosaur and a large dog produced a baby, and it also had fingers?' Nope!

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Pretty sure this is the chupacabra.

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And here's another spin on a nightmare bear. These creatures look more and more like background creeps from 'Cowboy Bebop.'

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'No Man's Sky' is available now on PlayStation 4, August 12 on PC. Prepare your creep-out reflex accordingly. See you soon, space cowboys!

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