Summary: "You're a Pomeranian living in a post-nuclear Japan. All humans are eradicated, and you have to fight against deer, crocodiles, lions, and cheetahs!" My first response to this was, "A Pomeranian against a lion? You're kidding, right? That sounds like the stupidest game ever. How on earth could that be fun?" I don't know how they did it, but they made that concept into the greatest game. I can play this for hours without getting bored.
Summary: This game is in many ways like a classic arcade game. You don't play to beat it you play to increase your mastery and better your high scores. The principle is simple enough, and if playing as a wild dog or angry ostrich doesn't capture you with some curiosity, nothing I say here will change your mind. The couch co op won my wife over and we often play together.
Summary: Eh. Its a fun game. It might get repetitive sometimes, but it is fun playing as different animals and doing different objectives. Might be worth it to buy it on psn, but i like a physical copy. Perfect for me.
Summary: okay, call me crazy but when we read "Japanese Import" on the label, we figured all video games are imported from Japan anyway. Most words are in Japanese. I don't know how previous reviewers are even playing the game. My teen son is unable to play it. Very disappointing and we paid more than average for this game. Lesson learned.
Summary: I bought this game for my 21 year old nephew for Christmas. It comes from Japan directly, so if you are interested in buying it as a gift, be sure to order it way ahead of time. He loves it and is playing it all the time while he is home from college during his college Christmas Break.