PlayTM writes: " Ironically, there's a lot to be said for the expression 'lost in translation'. It was well known long before Scarlet Johansson and Bill Murray appeared in Sophia Coppola's film of the same name a couple of years ago. In the gaming world it is especially prevalent. The fact is either you're into what, over here, is a niche market, or you're not. And it's not really about the quality of the game either. Prey the Stars Gabu Gabu Planet isn't a bad game, it's just steeped in Far Eastern cutesy that detracts from the experience.
This follows through to the narrative, which is as weird as it is pointless. You play one of four dog type alien things who've crash landed on Earth and have made it their goal to eat as much as possible. Not great, but then again, not important - might have been better not to include a story at all, like Tetris, that was good."