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Rapala: We Fish with Rod Bundle - Nintendo Wii
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- Play as one of several included characters or import your favorite Mii character.
- Bundle includes the Rapala fishing peripheral for use with Wii Remote and nunchuck.
- Arcade style party game with hilarious and fast paced action where fish are the stars of the show. Contains over 50 comically expressive fish species with humorous personalities that will make players laugh out loud.
- Robust Multiplayer allows for up to 4 player split screen and 4 multiplayer modes.
- Kart Style Tournaments comprising 24 contests in 8 global fishing hotspots. Avoid obstacles, bottlenecks and currents and use zany power-ups to gain the advantage.
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Top Customer Reviews
First of all, I bought the game because I like games bundled with little toys. I really enjoyed Sega Bass Fishing, as well as the Bass Pro Shops Fishing.
That said, this game is in another class. First problem I had was with the rod attachment. Half the time you're driving the boat, and it feels awkward with this attachment. Secondly, the nunchuck cord kept getting tangled. I ditched the attachment within the first hour. OKAY, now we're talking! The game's objective is different from any other fishing game. You must catch fish by going to a designated bubble point and fish. You must have the right bait, because if you don't the fish will look at the bait with question marks around it's head. So you switch baits until the fish eyes pop out and exclamation points appear around the fish. You reel in the fish, the nunchuck cord still gets tangled and you reel the fish in. There is a problem with this process at the later levels though. You must move the wiimote the same way as the on-screen diagram. The only problem is the wiimote must be turned sideways and then you shake it to the left or right. Moving the wiimote sideways and to the left is a very awkward and uncomfortable movement. After you reel the fish in, you drive back to your starting point and drop the fish off.
Driving the boat is another BIG problem. you must direct the boat by way of wiimote. the wiimote only turns the boat like 45 degrees. So what happens is you crash into barriers. Also, when you back the boat up, the wiimote seems to turn the boat the wrong way.
As the game goes on, you can unlock your Mii, but your Mii cannot be used in Tournament Mode, only in the Free Fishing Mode :-(
Overall, graphically very pleasing, but with all the aforementioned problems, the fun factor suffers.
Other fishing games spend too much time trying to mimic life like fishing that they become bloated, complicated, and not very much fun. So rather than fake fishing for 1 hour to catch a few crappie; We Fish combines Mario Kart style game play with fishing, for a pretty action packed fun time!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its just another thing I have spent money on that I dont use. Guess Im just not a gammerPublished 14 months ago by Dave in Kentucky
You get what you pay for and that is what I got. The rod is hard to reel in the game is too simple and the graphics are not very good. I should of spent an extra 5. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Aimee
I was disappointed. I purchased this for my grandson 5 days ago. The rod snap into after two games. cheaply made. FyiPublished 24 months ago by CHRISTINE VROOMAN