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- The ocean is teeming with life. Hundreds of real-life species are there to be discovered, from seahorses to giant whales.
- Are the local fish sick or agitated? Players can view their health status and then use a tranquilizer-like tool to zap the ones in need of rehab with healing energy.
- The game also includes a storyline that players can follow as they choose. The plot involves Oceana, a woman who investigates the “Dragon’s Song,” which her father, a prominent ocean explorer, was searching for just before his death.
- While at Nine Ball Island, players can become friends with a dolphin and teach it some new tricks. When ona dive, players can even bring along the dolphin, which players can hold onto for extra fast swimming.
- For the first time in the series, friends who have broadband Internet access can connect and dive with one another via Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection, while using the Wii Speak™ microphone to converse.
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The game begins with a storyline and each player has to navigate through the first portion (only once). However this portion of the game introduces players to the storyline, characters and explains how to use the tools. It doesn't take very long and the game progresses quickly. The characters make gestures but do not actually speak, there is a text box at the bottom of the screen that shows what each person is saying. Also there is background music that players may or may not like. I really liked it during the game but was a little annoyed by the music in the background when playing on line and using the Wii speak to talk to the other player.
There are over 300 animals to identify, 200 salvage items to find, 100 rare coins to find as well as "quests" to perform to gain higher levels. The game provides hints for the player and there are "books" in the game to refer to in order to learn more. This game is fun but it's also educational. There is no violence in the game which is one of the reasons that I chose it. It's relaxing to "swim" through beautiful sites and navigate through underwater structures. The graphics are just amazing and the animals are very life-like. The player can "feed" the fish and interact with them which is very neat. I was a little surprised at how much I learned about the different animals and where they are found.
I have really enjoyed this game and even though I have completed all the tasks in the game, I still go back and play it just because it's fun. I have purchased two copies of this game, I gave the last one as a gift and I would recommend it highly.
- No more having to repeatedly "touch" or feed new creatures in order to have their names appear. Simply hitting the 'A' button when a creature is selected focuses on the creature and shows its name.
- A more expansive storyline. Still a bit simplistic, but more interesting than the original.
- A much larger world to explore. I am several hours into the game, so I don't know just how much more there is to be revealed, but already there are far more diving locales, than the single one in the original. You can also go exploring on the shoreline. This is how you discover new marine mammals, as opposed to having them randomly pop-up on your boat in the original.
- More to do. There are side quests, and special requests that are separate from the main storyline.
- Some dangers are present. Diving is an inherently dangerous pursuit, something not apparent in the original. It took forever to run out of air in the original, and there were no creatures that posed any danger. Now you need to plan your dives more careful, as air doesn't last as long (though you can earn money to upgrade your gear and get longer dive times). There are encounters with dangerous creatures that you can calm with your "pulsar" tool. Coming into contact with them hastens the use of your air. This adds some more excitement value.
I have not yet tried the Wii Speak feature, nor cooperative online play. I don't believe either feature is necessary to enjoy the game, though they may be nice extras.
In summary if you liked the original, I expect that you will like the sequel even more. If you like role playing and quest driven games, you will probably enjoy this. It is a nice way to unwind, as opposed to the typical more frantic game. This is a single player game that all ages can enjoy.
The game itself is beautiful and the sounds are relaxing. This game really lives up to the hype and takes advantage of the Wiimote controls. I also do believe that this game is more for an adult, but possibly for kids that are really into marine life.
I'd really like to see what happens if we create some sort of group to take advantage of the Wii Speak. It's one of those games that I do believe one can chat in the background while playing would add to the overall experience. I previously read a post in the Amazon forums that a grandmother spoke with her grandchildren through WiiSpeak while playing the first Endless Ocean hundreds of miles away. To me, that's enough of a great reason for 2 distant family members to purchase this game. That's better than Skype in my opinion.