Home » Games Wii » Rapala Pro Bass Fishing

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing

GAME NAME
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing
LANGUAGE
Multi
RELEASE DATE
2012
GENRE
Hunting

Download

Episodes
LinkGoogle
LinkMega
LinkMirror
1
Download
Download
Download
Password
vnsharing

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing – Download Free Wii Game

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 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.

First, it seems odd that a game with pro bass fishing in the title would lock away spinnerbaits and buzzbaits (go-to bass fishing lures) until you unlock them. Crazy. It is also odd that the game tells you to use hard crankbaits and big lures to catch tiny little crappie you’d normally catch with a 1″ long rubber jig with a lead sinker and a bobber in the real world. There are all sorts of scenarios like this where the tools you are supposed to catch fish with don’t really match up with the species or conditions.

Second, each lure has a specific retrieval motion that you are supposed to do in order to attract fish, either by flicking the fishing rod controller or moving the left analog stick on the controller. If you make too many mistakes in the motions, the fish are scared off. The problem is that for a lot of the lures, the motions feel really unnecessary and unrealistic. Let’s just say that I’ve never had to work this hard and use such finicky movements to catch fish in real life, and that is a problem.

The third issue comes when you actually hook a fish. You are supposed to keep the fish in the center of the screen, either by twisting the fishing rod or moving the left analog stick on a normal controller. If you don’t, your hook breaks and the fish gets away. Even tiny fish will break off if you don’t play by the game’s rules. Again, it is such an unnatural and “videogame-y” feature that it completely takes you out of the experience.

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*