Excerpt: Juice!!!!! Yeaaaaa!! In my tummy, yummy yummy! Milk!!!! Yeaaaaa! In my tummy, yummy yummy! Tower block! Yeeaarraa, eh?!? Stars?!? !!!???!? All you need is, love. Oh hello. I am the Spirit of Love. There are three important things in this world. The first is love. The second is, again love. Third, and most important is love. In fact, there’s a fourth….It’s love! That’s what the Spirit of Love told me in this game…….
Summary: Prey the Stars serves up an incredible world where nearly anything from food items to entire buildings can be devoured. Players must bite, lick, and suck their way to victory as one of the game's four insatiable and customizable creatures.
Excerpt: It is fairly common practice for companies to clone a game concept when it proves to be popular. After all, consider how many Space Invaders and Pac-man clones graced the Atari 2600. In the past few years, the Katamari Damacy series has been reasonably popular, and so it is no surprise to me that Koei has come out with a game that is a fairly obvious attempt to duplicate the magic of that series. Does it do so successfully, though? Read on to find out.
Conclusion: Prey the Stars is a nice attempt at simple, action based gameplay and though it doesn't strike home with its 1-player experience, multiplayer is the key interest in this game. Much like Bomberman's success from its multiplayer experience, Prey the Stars has a riveting, action packed multiplayer that's enjoyable both on local networks and over Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.