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- All new Dreamcast exclusive game modes
- Amazing AI = fish react realistically to changing conditions and lure types
- 8 unique fishing locations rendered in gorgeous 3D graphics
- 14 different lures - each with unique performance
- Compatible with Dreamcast fishing controller (sold separately) for the most lifelike experience possible
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For those willing to take the bait, Sega Bass Fishing has an addictive gameplay hook that will reel in sporting enthusiasts and even a few hardcore gamers. This realistic 3-D bass fishing simulation shines with three distinct gaming modes, eight fishing environments, and 13 different lures.
Let's be honest here. Fishing simulation games aren't for everyone. Many hardcore gamers will likely bypass this title because they believe the genre lacks the instant gratification of fast-moving shooters. That's a shame. Though it might not be everyone's can of worms, Sega Bass Fishing does offer a subtle, highly addictive gaming experience that will challenge even the most seasoned of game veterans.
This isn't Quake, to be sure. But you'll need similar gaming smarts and strategies to succeed in this water-based sporting environment. It takes a skilled aim and a steady hand to hook and reel in the largest fish, which are surrounded by smaller, less desirable catches. There's nothing worse than casting your lure directly at a monster-sized bass only to have it intercepted by a meddlesome minnow. We encountered more than our share of near misses, which gives us virtual bragging rights to "the one that got away."
While some gamers will prefer the subtlety of free-form fishing sans time constraints, this game also features a fast-action arcade mode that requires the player to meet a minimum quota of catches before advancing to a new fishing environment. An optional Dreamcast fishing controller (sold separately) makes the task of catching these underwater critters all the easier. The controller, which also adds a realistic rumble when you catch a fish, is a highly recommended accessory for the ultimate home fishing experience. --Brett Atwood
- Near-perfect translation from the hit arcade game
- Eight realistic 3-D fishing environments
- Three different game modes to choose from
- Great control with optional fishing controller (sold separately)
- Game genre will not appeal to everyone
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However, I think Sega Bass Fishing is more fun, especially since we do regularly catch bass in this part of the country. It's nice to see that they have a variety of locations to fish at, and a number of lures to do so as well. I'm always catching my dad experimenting with the locations and lures to see which work the best where.
As for the graphics and sould, for being a game that is a decade old, they have held up great, although the Wii version, Sega Bass Fishing, does look somewhat nicer and sounds better. When you hook a fish in the Dreamcast version, a high-toned Japanese girl voice will say "Fish," and the voice giving you directions also sounds a little too Japanese. With the Wii version, they cleaned that up and sounds more like a native English speaker (oh, and no more high-toned Japanese girl voice when you hook the fish).
Also preferred over the Wii version would be the controllers. With the Dreamcast, they made a special fishing controller with the reel on the right-hand side and great vibration when you're reeling your fish in. While you can get a fishing rod for the Wii, you basically just place the Wiimote and nunchuck in holders, plus they can break easily if you reel too hard. It is worth it to get a fishing controller for the Dreamcast but not for the Wii, however with the Wii version, you may have to get used to reeling with your left hand if that is the hand you normally hold the nunchuck and vise versa.
So, if you still have a Dreamcast, or just recently picked one up, make sure to get this game or the Sega Marine Fishing game. Then make sure to get a fishing controller as well. Sega made one, but we are a 3rd party brand and it works just as good. Once you have a game and a controller, get ready for some fun!