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  • Summary: [Xbox Live Arcade] Chomp your way through an underwater mystery in Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck Showdown. Play solo or with friends to dodge predators and eat your way up the food chain to save the sea in this sequel to "Feeding Frenzy." Play wild, wacky party games, and try to stay alive in Time Attack mode. Sixty spectacular levels, brand-new fish, and underwater scenes await. New features: New fish and 60 new levels are included. And now, your fish has the ability to jump out of the water. Multiple game modes: Play wacky party games, try to survive the Time Attack mode, or take on the main challenge and eat your way up the food chain. Multiplayer: Try co-op campaign play on the same console for up to four players, or try the four player mini-games. Everyone can get into a Feeding Frenzy. [PopCap Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 10
  2. Negative: 2 out of 10
  1. If you enjoyed the original, have younger children or just like light-hearted same console competition, you’ll definitely want to grab FF2 for 800 Microsoft points. Time to warm up those chompers and have some fun!
  2. 80
    If you were a casual player of the original, it's probably not worth picking this one up. However, if you are new to the series, engaging gameplay and fun multiplayer options make FF2 easily worth your hard earned 800 Microsoft Points.
  3. Super-addictive twitchfest with a terrific theme. [Sept 2008, p.74]
  4. This sequel is fun but gets quickly old when played by adults or experienced gamers. Of course, you will understand that these kind of games aren’t made with the purpose to compete with the CoD’s or Halos of the world but to give a cool, easy, fun and unexpensive alternative to game without hassles.
  5. Shipwreck Showdown improves upon Feeding Frenzy in almost every way, but it's still too easy and too short.
  6. It's casual to the core, designed to be playable by everyone from little kids to open-minded grandparents, and that's no bad thing. In those terms, Feeding Frenzy 2 is a decent package that improves on the original in terms of size, if not gameplay.
  7. I just can't see myself inviting friends over to have an all-night Feeding Frenzy 2 session.

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