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Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010 - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
3.8 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • For the first time ever, compete against real life pro fishermen in authentic tournament action and prove you're the best of the best!
  • Authentic pro experience: use the same tools that the pros use including an unequaled assortment of Rapala lures and licensed boats, motors, and gear to fish over 25 species of trophy fish
  • Simultaneous multiplayer: challenge your friends in a variety of competitive fishing and angling challenges
  • Experience exciting pro tournament action as you compete against the Rapala pro staff in over 20 tournament events
  • "Sports TV" style presentation includes announcer commentary, live updates, competitive leader boards, analysis, and heart-pounding final weigh-ins!
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010 pits players against real-life fishing pros on top freshwater lakes across North America - only the finest techniques and equipment will determine who is the best of the best. For the first time ever in a fishing game, the competition is set up in a professional tournament structure and the action is presented as a live TV event with announcers (including Barry Brueland, the voice of InFisherman TV), live updates, competitive leader boards, analysis, and heart-pounding final weigh-ins. The competition gets tough as you fish through over 20 tournament events on your quest for the season trophy.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B003VJPCXW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 28, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,619 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
To keep this review short and to the point, this game is a total surprise and the most fun I have had in a long time playing a game. Simple concepts can sometimes be the most fun. I barely fish in real life, but in this game I could fish for hours and hours. The graphics for the water, sky, fish are very nice, though graphics for some trees, docks, buildings can be rather average. Water detail will vary from dark and murky to clear and full of rays of sun light depending upon the lake and weather conditions. There are 7 lakes to choose from, and each come with different times of day, season, and weather condition to choose from. There are 30 different fish in the game, many dozens of lures to choose and unlock, 3 types of fishing boats, gear for your male or female fisherman to wear, and so on. There is a main tournament mode where you have so many minutes to complete the tournaments objectives and beat the other 30+ fisherman. There are many, many things to unlock in the game; there is a list that tells you what you can unlock in the extras section. There is also a free fishing mode that allows you to catch fish for no other reason than to relax and catch fish you want, or you can attempt to complete one of the challenges, or mini-games, that are unique to each lake. You can choose your tess pounds, rod, reel, lure, lure design, and so on, in the tacklebox. You can find plenty of information about the lakes, the fish, etc., in the fishopedia section. There are 30 monster fish in the game, or the biggest of the big for each type of fish in the game. The most notable is Lou, a 285 pound sturgeon that is the "king" of all sturgeons. You can only attempt to hunt these named monster fish in certain times of day, and in certain seasons for each lake. The fishing itself is quite simple but enjoyable.Read more ›
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By Melymbrosia on December 9, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
I have only played this game for a few short sessions. So far, it seems like a game that's enjoyable and could be quite addictive.

A few things I don't like (all related to when you're reeling a fish in)
- You need to only reel in when the fish is in the center of the screen. So when the fish goes to the left, you twist the pole to the right. It's not intuitive, and in no way resembles a "real" fishing experience.
- It's not intuitive whether or not the line is about to break. They show a 2/3-prong hook, and one of the prongs sometimes goes yellow or red.
- If you're doing well, the screen sometimes gives you the opportunity for a "power move". I haven't read the manual, but so far, I think "power move" translates to "doing this will guarantee that the fish gets away." I don't get it. I would think a "power move" would help me.
- Apparently there's an objective to fishing trips, but it wasn't obvious. But I didn't read the manual...

A few things I do like:
- You don't need a rod/reel peripheral. I bought (rather nice) one from a local game shop. I was expecting the peripheral to add to the experience, but it doesn't do much, since you have to keep moving the rod back and forth to keep the fish in the center of the screen. Since nothing else I'm doing seems "real" (see comment above about keeping the fish centered), the reeling motion adds nothing. I found I had much more fun using "B" to reel in.
- The menus are navigable via the directional pad on the wii remote (rather than having to point the wiimote at the screen).
- Casting is easy. Driving the boat is easy.
- Overall, gameplay is fun.

I have not tried any other Wii fishing games. This one will probably suit my needs for a fishing game. Would recommend, but it has some flaws.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
I bought this on a lark for my boyfriend who likes to fish and isn't much of a gamer. It was an instant hit with him and more fun to watch than I ever expected! All of the kids (who are more advanced gamers) have even liked this game and it has become a favorite for family play.
The game play is easy enough to pick up quickly and the competitiveness is right up there. The sounds are not annoying either, everyone knows of games that make you want to turn the sound off after a few minutes!
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Platform for Display: Nintendo WiiEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
Found on Amazon for a dollar and it's certainly worth it! Not fully realistic, but at least resembles fishing to some extant and is easy to get in to.

-Casting is intuitive and seems realistic but hooking and reeling in just doesn't feel "right"; it's too slow and there isn't really much feedback. It's like a mini-game trying to keep the fish in the middle of the screen (as the in-game coach will continuously tell you) and some of the "attacks" seem cartoonish.

- Audio is cool, but repetitive. Casting and reeling sound great, as does the boat...it's the announcer(s) that seems to have only a few lines to say.

-Tourneys are fun, but a little frustrating at first. It's cool that you get to fish against real pros on real lakes.

-Includes a decent amount (and decently recreated) of fish species. It's not just about catching large mouth bass.

-Graphics (considering it's a 5 year old Wii game) are ok, nothing special and not horrific.

This game falls right between Sega Bass Fishing and The Strike on the realism and fun scale. If you can find it for a decent price, pick it up.
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