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Reel Fishing Paradise 3D - Nintendo 3DS

by Natsume
Nintendo 3DS
Everyone
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews) 57 / 100


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  • 15 stages, 40 fish and over 100 pieces of tackle
  • A variety of fishing techniques, from bait fishing to fly
  • Catch, keep and care for fish in two fully customizable 3D fish tanks
  • Travel to over a dozen stunning locations
  • Rendered in eye-popping 3D for for Nintendo 3DS


Product Details

  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004UMAPW2
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,829 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Travel to over a dozen stunning fishing locales in your quest to become a master angler. Fish in tranquil lakes, rocky coastal waters, flooded forests, and more, all rendered in eye-popping 3D that brings every leaping fish and splash of water to life. A huge variety of fish will test the expertise of even the most seasoned fishing veterans, from wily largemouth bass to powerful bluefin tuna. Mix-and-match rods, reels, lines, lures or bait to create your own personalized tackle box. Collecting rare items is both advantageous and addictive, with tons of gear to discover and use. With so much to see and do, Reel Fishing Paradise 3D is a game guaranteed to draw you into its depths!

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Reel Fishing: Paradise 3D for Nintendo 3DS

Travel to over a dozen stunning fishing locales in your quest to become a master angler. Fish in tranquil lakes, rocky coastal waters, flooded forests, and more, all rendered in eye-popping 3D that brings every leaping fish and splash of water to life.

A huge variety of fish will test the expertise of even the most seasoned fishing veterans, from wily largemouth bass to powerful bluefin tuna. Mix-and-match rods, reels, lines, lures or bait to create your own personalized tackle box. Collecting rare items is both advantageous and addictive, with tons of gear to discover and use.

With so much to see and do, Reel Fishing Paradise 3D is a game guaranteed to draw you into its depths!
  • 15 stages, 40 fish and over 100 pieces of tackle
  • A variety of fishing techniques, from bait fishing to fly
  • Catch, keep and care for fish in two fully customizable 3D fish tanks
  • Travel to over a dozen stunning locations
  • Rendered in eye-popping 3D
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4.3 out of 5 stars
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4.3 out of 5 stars
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Simply Average August 1, 2011
By Doohbah
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
If you'd like a bare bones pick up and play for a few minutes at a time somewhat realistic fishing simulator then this is your game. Nearly everything about Reel Fishing Paradise 3D is average. The missions... average.. the locales.. average.. the music.. average.. the menus.. average.. the 3D.. average.

It's not a bad game and I have gotten enjoyment out of it, it's just so very basic. This is not an in depth game where you'll feel the need to play for hours at a time, but it is very fun if you just want to relax and kill fifteen minutes to a half hour.

There are some unique fish to catch other than your typical bass and trout.. the fish models look nice and realistic..the aquarium mode is kind of neat.

If you can get it for $20 or less and are an avid fisherman in real life ( or are buying it as a gift for a fisherman ) then go for it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Reel Fishing Does Not Disappoint March 19, 2013
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The Reel Fishing series is known for its excellent fishing games, I myself am the owner of 4 titles in the series. Reel Fishing Paradise 3D is a simplistic entry that seems to move away a little from the style of play seen in the others but retains the same quality that you hope for. There's an ample amount of content and the game is very easy to learn. I never once felt frustrated while playing. And most importantly, it's quite fun.

The primary way to play this game is with the touch screen and Stylus (if you're not into that, it can also be played with traditional controls). The reel/menu items are on the bottom screen, the gameplay at the top. The game is played by selecting tackle that's most attractive to the fish you're currently hunting for, then flicking the Stylus in the direction you wish to cast. Once your lure's in the water, simply reel by dragging the stylus in a circular motion on the bottom screen and use the directional buttons to dance the bait around and wait for a fish to bite. While the other games of the series tend to stay on the above-water view until you get a bite, this one goes underwater immediately as your lure splashes in. Once you've got a bite, you flick the stylus like you did when casting to set the hook. Now you're back to reeling but this time you have to ensure that your line isn't too tight or too loose or you'll lose your fish. You can drag the line against or with the fish's motion to increase or decrease line tension as is needed with the directional buttons. A meter on the left side shows how tight or slack your line is, and there are also sound effects to let you know, a high pitched one for when it's getting too tight, and a rough sounding buzzing when it's too slack.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fishing Games are fun again March 11, 2012
By Ricky
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I purchased this game for my 8 year old brother. He is obsessed with fishing, and he recently got a 3ds so I decided to get him the game. I was skeptical at first, because it seems like fishing games for handhelds always disappoint, but this game turned out to be waaaayyyyy different! My brother was able to easily pick up the controls, and the game is so addictive that I might have to buy a copy of this game for my 3ds. The graphics are super, and I mean it. The developers really made use of the 3d, and the fish flop around and look freakishly real. Finally, Reel Fishing is worth your money if you are a fan of fishing and the outdoors, give it a try!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it December 17, 2013
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Usually I really hate fishing games because you have to cast the line and let it sit for like, an hour, before you get a bite. Perhaps I had been playing all the wrong fishing games but I loved this. You can see when your bait is near a fish and how big it is before it bites and of course you can alternate what sort of lures you can use.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome September 5, 2013
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Game is just how i remembered. Freaking awesome fishing game! I surely recommend this gam for all your hunters/gamers. Do it!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Decent fishing game that wears out it's welcome August 8, 2013
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First, this is a decent fishing game that features many different types of fish and lures. The graphics are fairly well done and the 3D works well. Unfortunately the game's mechanics wear thin long before it is over.

You have to "unlock" most of the fishing locations (and the types of fish who live in them) through the single-player campaign, which mainly consists of missions like "Go to <Lake X> and catch 3 Bluegill", etc. Choosing a lure, casting and enticing the fish to bite is fun, but reeling them in is an exercise in tedium. As with many fishing games, the challenge of reeling them in is to not snap your line. Unfortunately, the game pretty much plays identically no matter what you are catching, so even tiny bluegill will snap your line if you aren't careful to keep the tension just right. Laughably, this means that reeling in a bluegill takes as much time as landing a blue marlin. On top of that, the missions become more time consuming as the game progresses. You'll be required to "Catch 5 Catfish over 5 lbs". The lake is sometimes filled with other similar-looking fish as well, so you spend a lot of time reeling in fish that do not count toward your goal because they are too small or the wrong kind. I only made it about halfway through the campaign before giving up. I wish I could have seen the rest of the lakes and fish, but it simply wasn't worth the time investment.
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