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Prey the Stars has Gone Gold

August 14, 2008

STICK A FORK IN IT! PREY THE STARS™ FOR NINTENDO DS™ REACHES GOLD STATUS

KOEI's gastronomic fun-filled puzzle action romp will ship to North American retailers starting October 7, 2008

KOEI, recognized worldwide as the premier brand of strategy and action games, today announced that Prey the Stars™ has successfully reached gold status and will ship to North American retailers beginning October 7, 2008 exclusively for Nintendo DS.

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: GABU, BARI, CHUCHU, and PERO. The more these characters eat, the bigger and more voracious their stomachs will become. It's an engaging and addictive game for anyone with a taste for fun!

About Prey the Stars

The main objective of Prey the Stars is to eat everything in sight and to attack your opponents. Each of the games colorfully-themed stages are cleared by devouring as much as possible before time runs out. The player with the highest score at the end of the stage is the winner. Each player scores points by eating and by sucking in "spirits" which are hidden in some objects. The bigger the item, the higher the score!

Prey the Stars offers a delicious smorgasbord of multiplayer options. Gamers can feast with up to 4 friends using local Wireless DS Single-Card Download Play or Multi-Card Play. Players can also take their gastronomic conquest worldwide with Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection.

Exclusive character designs for Prey the Stars were created by break-out Japanese pop artist TOUMA. The highly-respected designer is renowned for his whimsical and edgy creations including, Knuckle Bear and Boo, that have taken the urban vinyl toy industry by storm.



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