I have had this for a while, and I have found it ot be a fun, goofy and just plain-ol' entertaining game.
Who knew that eating two dimensional fish could be this addictive? Or indeed frustrating? PopCap’s sequel to their internet hit is both a blessing and a curse on the unwitting gamer, with seemingly simple, child-friendly gameplay that will be sure to spark marine-foodchain related rage.
In Feeding Frenzy 2, players initially take the role of Boris, an insignificant fish in search of a purpose in what must be a rather pitiful existence. Starting off with a few herrings and some starfish, Boris launches into a truly horrific, hunger fuelled rampage, killing any innocent creature that falls into his path.
Every power-up or fish consumed gives points; a score multiplier manifests itself as an Unreal Tournament announcer-voiced “FRENZY” bar. Although the game adds the occasional new enemy or gameplay mechanic, it fails to justify its daunting 60 level total. It’s as though the developers decided on the beginning and end then pulled the number 60 out of a hat. There’s also a crushingly easy version of the main story dubbed “Lite” as well as a “Time Trial” mode that simply adds a time limit.
A great PSN game at an equally great price, and one that will keep you amused!
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